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New Mexico 

Educational 

Directory 



1913--1914 




COMPILED BY THE 

State Department of Education 

Santa Fe, New Mexico 

January 1. 1914 



new mexjco College 

of JIgriculture 
and mechanic J\rt% 

Supported Jointly by the State and the U. S. Government 




CotHpletc €ollcdc Courses in Jldriculture, mecDanieaK €ivil 
and electrical €ttdineerind, j^ouseboia Economics and Gen- 
eral Science. 1 Tndnstrial Courses (of bigD scDool drade) in 
Hdriculture* IttecDanics, Domestic Science and Business. 

Courses in English and Spanish Stenography. 
Four- Year Preparatory Course. One- Year 
Trades Courses. Faculty of f ort^-two members. 
Eleven buildings. 400 acres in campus and 
farm. Over ^150,000 invested in equipment. 
Library of 16,000 volumes. Expenses low. 
Many opportunities for self-support. A Col- 
lege for Liberal and Practical Education. 

FOR CATALOGUE ADDRESS 

6eo.€. Ca(ld,Pre$., State Colkde, n.m. 



New Mexico Educational 
Directory 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



1913-1914 TJ7 



State Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Santa Fe, Ne"sv Mexico 



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The Department of Education 
Santa Fe, Nexico 

January 1, 1914 



New Mexican Printing Co. <«^^ Santa Fe. New Mexico 



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EXPLANATORY STATEMENT. 



This directory is issued in response to an insistent demand and 
I liope it will serve all necessary purposes. In view of the cost of 
arranging material in tabulated forms as in the directories issued 
by this department in 1908-9, 1909-10, and 1910-11, we have simplified 
and condensed the information given and have at the same time 
included all that is needed. In many respects, information will be 
found in this pamphlet not contained in previous ones, such as the 
name of at least one member (usually the clerk) of each school board. 

Under State Educational Institutions will be found the name, 
department, and salary of each member of the several faculties. The 
same information is given concerning the teaching force in each in- 
corporated city. In the list of county teachej's, including those of 
all towns and villages, whether incorporated or not, the information 
is arranged in the following order: No. of district, name of teacher, 
grade of certificate, salary per month, length of term, clerk or other 
member of school board with address given when different from that 
of teacher. Under Grade of Certificate, Prof, indicates three-year, 
five-year, or life professional; the ordinals 1st, 2nd, 3rd indicate, 
respectively. First, Second, and Third Grade County Certificates; 
Per. shows that the teacher is temporarily employed under a permit. 

ALVAN N. WHITE, 
State Superintendent of Public Instruction. 



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New Mexico Educational Directory 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Hon. W. C. McDonald, Governor, Chairman Santa Fe 

Hon. Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sec- 
retary Santa Fe 

Dr. Frank H. H. Roberts, President N. M. Normal University 

East Las Vegas 

Professor E. L. Enloe, Instructor N. M. Normal School Silver City 

Supt. C. C. Hill, County Superintendent, Chaves County Roswell 

Supt. Bonifacio Montoya, County Superintendent, Sandoval County 

Bernalillo 

Supt. J. L. G. Swinney, County Superintendent, San Juan County. Aztec 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 

(Santa Fe) 

Alvan N. White Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Filadelfo Baca Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Rupert F. Asplund Chief Clerk 

Eve Wientge Stenographer and Clerk 

Manette A. Myers, State Director of Industrial Education Santa Fe 

HEADS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

David R. Boyd, President University of New Mexico Albuquerque 

George E. Ladd, President Agricultural College State College 

Frank H. H. Roberts, President New Mexico Normal University. . 

East Las Vegas 

C. M. Light, President New Mexico Normal School Silver City 

F. A. Jones, President New Mexico School of Mines Socorro 

Maj. J. W. Willson, Superintendent New Mexico Military Institute 

Roswell 

G. J. Martin, President Spanish- American Normal El Rito 

W. C. Connor, Jr., Superintendent School for Deaf and Dumb. .Santa Fe 
R. R. Pratt, Superintendent Institute for the Blind Alamogordo 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

Bernalillo, Atanasio Montoya Albuquerque 

Chaves, C. C. Hill Roswell 

Colfax, Mrs. Josie Lockard Raton 

Curry, L. C. Mersf elder Clovis 

Dona Ana, Frank M. Hayner Las Cruces 

Eddy, A. E. Bailey Carlsbad 

Grant, Miss Isabel L. Eckles Silver City 

Guadalupe, J. V. Gallegos Santa Rosa 



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Lincoln, Mrs. Wallace L. Gumm Carrizozo 

Luna, Miss Grace G. Goebel Deming 

Mora, Manuel Madrid • • Mora 

McKinley, W. D. Cornell Gallup 

Otero, R. S. Tipton Alamogordo 

Quay, E. Pack Tucumcari 

Rio Arriba, David Martinez, Jr Velarde 

Roosevelt, Mrs. S. F. Culberson Portales 

Sandoval, Bonifacio Montoya Bernalilla 

San Juan, J. L. G. Swinney i Aztec 

San Miguel, M. F. DesMarais Las Vegas 

Santa Fe, J. V. Conway Santa Fe 

Sierra, F. I. Given Hillsboro 

Socorro, Benjamin Sanchez Socorro 

Taos, Jose Montaner • • . . Taos 

Torrance, Charles L. Burt Mountainair 

Union, H. H. Errett Clayton 

Valencia, Saturnino Baca Belen 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF INCORPORATED CITIES. 

Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, John Milne. 

Clovis, Curry County, W. E. Carroon. 

East Las Vegas, San Miguel County, Rufus Mead. 

Raton, Colfax County, T. W. Conway. 

Roswell, Chaves County, W. O. Hall. 

Santa Pe, Santa Fe County, J. H. Wagner. 

Tucumcari, Quay County, Jos. S. Hofer. 

SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS OF INCORPORATED 
TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

Artesia, Dist. No. 16, Eddy County, C. E. Grover. 
Alamogordo, Dist. No. 1, Otero County, C. D. George. 
Aztec, Dist. No. 2, San Juan County, Earl Douglas. 
Carlsbad, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, W. A. Poore. 
Cimarron, Dist. No. 3, Colfax County, R. C. Bonney. 
Clayton, Dist. No. 1, Union County, J. W. Thompson. 

Dayton, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, - — . 

Deming, Dist. No. 1, Luna County, J. B. Taylor. 

Dexter, Dist. No. 8, Chaves County, J. M. Bickley. 

Elida, Dist. No. 2, Roosevelt County, W. J. Russell. 

East Vaughn, Dist. No. 39, Guadalupe County, Amelia Turner. 

Estancia, Dist. No. 7, Torrance County, Ira Ludwick. 

Farmington, Dist. No. 5, San Juan County, L. B. Baughman. 

Folsom, Dist. No. 3, Union County, J. C. Wales. 

Gallup, Dist. No. 3, 4, McKinley County, W. L. Bishop. 

Hagerman, Dist. No. 6, Chaves County, M. R. Lugibihl. 

Hope, Dist. No. 8, Eddy County, Chas. A. Reukauf. 

Lake Arthur, Dist. No. 20, Chaves County, D. M. Proudfit. 

Las Cruces, Dist. No. 2, Dona Ana County, R. W. Twining. 

Las Vegas, Dist. No. 14, San Miguel County, Mrs. Lou Cobb. 

Portales, Dist. No. 1, Roosevelt County, J. S. Long. 



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Silver City, Dist. No. 3, Grant County, Walter B. McFarland. 
Socorro, Dist. No. 1, Socorro County, J. C. Gordy. 
Springer, Dist. No. 24, Colfax County, C. S. Cramer. 
Texico, Dist. No. 2, Curry County, D. L. Adkins. 

PRINCIPALS OF UNINCORPORATED TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

Bernalillo County — 

Albuquerque, Dist. No. 3, Miss Mary S. Howland. 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. O'Conor Roberts. 
Chilili, Dist. No. 47, Mrs. Reta B. Mathews. 
Old Albuquerque, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. Sarah Hall Moore. 

Chaves County — 

Elkins, Dist. No. 26, W. W. Proudfit. 
Kenna, Dist. No. 22, B. W. Newlin. 
Greenfield, Dist. No. 19, C. B. McLean. 

Colfax County — 

Bell, Dist. No. 5, Mrs. Charlotte Moore. 

Dawson, Dist. No. 6, Miss Pearl M. Hall. 

French, Dist. No. 4, Miss Ethel McClure. 

Koehler, Dist. No. 27, S. G. Moss. 

Maxwell, Dist. No. 26, Miss Jessie O. Chaffee. 

Miami, Dist. No. 22, Miss Stella Kiker. 

Van Houten, Dist. No. 27, Miss E. Vay Johnson. 

Curry County — 

Texico, Dist. No. 7, J. H. Kays. 
Clovis, Dist. No. 5, T. E. Willmon. 
Melrose, Dist. No. 12, H. M. Pile. 
Texico, Dist. No. 41, W. J. Matthews. 

Dona Ana — 

Anthony, Dist. No. 16, Allen Crotchett. 

Canutillo, Texas, Dist. No. 13, Ezra Stemple. 

Dona Anna, Dist. No. 1, Miss Annie Cumbee. 

La Mesa, Dist. No. 5, W. P. Tutwiler. 

Mesilla Park, Dist. No. 28, Mrs. Amelia Baumeister. 

Eddy County — 

Knowles, Dist. No. 22, . 



Loving, Dist. No. 10, H. G. Howard. 
Lovington, Dist. No. 23, R. R. James. 
Malaga, Dist. No. 11, Miss Ora Holley. 

Grant County — 

Central, Dist. No. 1-1, Clyde Crotchett. 
Hachita, Dist. No. 1-10, George H. Webb. 
Hurley, Dist. No. 1-26, Mrs. A. B. Carter. 
Lordsburg, Dist. No. 1-20, Miss Bessie May. 
Pinos Altos, Dist. No. 1-2, Miss Ruth Broadhead. 
Santa Rita, Dist. No. 2-13, Miss Alice Attebery. 



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Guadalupe County — 

Fort Sumner, Dist. No. 20, W. H. Lowry. 

Santa Rosa, Dist. No. 8, R. E. Galloway. 

T. N. Russell, Principal County High School, Santa Rosa. 

West Vaughn, Dist. No. 33, T. M. Spriggs. 

Lincoln County — 

Ancho, Dist. No. 21, W. P. Robinett. 
Capitan, Dist. No. 28, Chas. L. Schreck. 
Carrizozo, Dist. No. 7, Andrew McCurdy. 
Corona, Dist. No. 13, D. M. Barker. 
Lincoln, Dist. No. 1, J. F. Davis. 
White Oaks, Dist. No. 8, Callie Thompson. 

Luna County — 

Columbus, Dist. No. 5, Mrs. R. L. Parker. 

McKinley County — 

Gibson, Dist. No. 2, Mrs. E. Morse. 
Ramah, Dist. No. 9, Theodore Martineau. 

Mora County — 

Mora, Dist. No. 1, Sister J. Frances. 
Roy, Dist. No. 33, W. G. Johnson. 
Wagon Mound, Dist. No. 12, W. O. Evans. 

Otero County — 

Cloudcroft, Dist. No. 11, R. S. White. 
Mountain Park, Dist. No. 5, J. M. Helm. 
Tularosa, Dist. No. 4, Mrs. Kate Livingston. 

Quay County — 

Hudson, Dist. No. 28, S. V. Cissell. 
Logan, Dist. No. 23, Troy Jenkins. 
Montoya, Dist. No. 6, Maude Cornett. 
Nara Visa, Dist. No. 33, W. F. Wall. 
Obar, Dist. No. 50, Belle Irving. 
Quay, Dist. No. 5, Miss Mary Miller. 

Roosevelt County — 

Taiban, Dist. No. 30, W. P. Osborne. 
Tolar, Dist. No. 9, J. H. Kelso. 

San Juan County — 

Flora Vista, Dist. No. 14, Alice Kirk. 
Kirtland, Dist. No. 4, Asa Martin. 

San Miguel County — 

Chaperito, Dist. No. 20, Miss Amelia S. Delgado. 
Mineral Hill, Dist. No. 32, Miss Annie Breen. 
San Miguel, Dist. No. 5, Sister Margaret. 
Villanueva, Dist. No. 6, Josefita Garcia. 
Las Vegas, Dist. No. 25, Eloisa Baca. 



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Sandoval County — 

Algodones, Dist. No. 19, Manuel Trujillo. 

Bernalillo, Dist. No. 1, Brother Francis. 

Pena Blanca, Dist. No. 51, Sister M. Clementia. 

Santa Fe County — 

Cerrillos, Dist. No. 7, Miss Bessie Wisdom. 
Galisteo, Dist. No. 8, Miss Josephine Cunningham. 
Madrid, Dist. No. 27, Miss Minna Brems. 
Santa Cruz, Dist. No. 18, Mrs. Mary A. Bennett. 

Sierra County — 

Hillsboro, Dist. No. 2, August Mayer. 

Socorro County — 

Magdalena, Dist. No. 12, C. F. Miller. 
Mogollon, Dist. No. 47, Miss Ernestine Oakes. 
San Antonio, Dist. No. 27, Martin Lopez, Jr. 
San Marcial, Dist. No. 13, L. H. Dumenil. 

Taos County — 

Arroyo Seco, Dist. No. 5, Mrs. J. O. Newby. 
Penasco, Dist. No. 30, Mrs. Matilda B. Woodman. 
Questa, Dist. No. 7, H. R. Wisehart. 
Ranches de Taos, Dist. No. 20, Jacob Bernal. 
Taos, Dist. No. 1, J. W. Compton. 

Torrance County — 

Duran, Dist .No. 10, J. I. Ferguson. 
Mountainair, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. J. E. Veal. 
Willard, Dist. No. 6, A. L. Lacey. 

Union County — 

Des Moines, Dist. No. 4, T. J. Perry. 

Valencia County — 

Adelino, Dist. No. 12, John H. Rain. 

Belen, Dist. No. 2, J. B. Gunter. 

Cubero, Dist. No. 5, Mrs. Lola G. Grimm. 

Los Lunas, Dist. No. 1, Miss Amelia Raff. 

Peralta, Dist. No. 10, Miss Alicia Sanchez. 

San Rafael, Dist. No. 17, Miss Olive J. Bashford. 

Tome, Dist. No. 29, Charles H. Gooch. 

PRINCIPALS OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. 

(Eleven County High Schools have been established under Chap- 
ter 57, Laws of 1912, as shown in the list below.) 

Colfax County High School, Raton, T. W. Conway, Principal. 

Eddy County High Schools, Artesia, C. E. Grover, Principal; 
Carlsbad, W. A. Poore, Principal; Hope, C. A. Reukauf, Principal; 
Lovington, R. R. James, Principal. 

Guadalupe County High School, Santa Rosa, T. N. Russell, Prin- 
cipal. 

Lincoln County High School, Capitan, Chas. L. Schreck, Principal. 



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Luna County High School, Deming, J. B. Taylor, Principal. 
McKinley County High School. Gallup, W. L. Bishop, Principal. 
Otero County High School, Alamogordo, C. D. George, Principal. 
Socorro County High School, Socorro, J. C. Gordy, Principal. 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO (Albuquerque). 
Board of Regents. 

G. L. Brooks, President Albuquerque 

J. A. Reidy, M. D., Secretary-Treasurer Albuquerque 

W. G. Haydon East Las Vegas 

Nathan Jaffa Roswell 

H. L. Bickley • • Raton 

Faculty. 

David Ross Boyd, Ph.D., President of the University, salary. |3.500. 

Charles E. Hodgin. B.Pd., Dean School of Education, salary |1.800. 

Charles T. Kirk, Ph.D., Head of Department of Geology, salary 
3!1,800. 

Lynn Boal Mitchell, Ph.D., Head of Department of Latin and 
Greek, salary $1,500. 

Ralph M. Barton, A.B., Head of Department of Mathematics, 
salary, $1,800. 

S. Griswold RIorley, Ph.D., Head of Department of Modern Lan- 
guages, salary $1,500. 

V. A. Suydam, Ph.D., Professor of Physics and Electrical En- 
gineering, salary $1,600. 

C. E. Bonnett, B.A., B.Pd., M.A., Professor of Political Economy 
and Sociology, and in charge of University Extension Work, salary 
$1,800. 

Josephine S. Parsons, A.B., Secretary of the University. Regis- 
trar. Secretary of the Faculty and Associate Professor of IModern 
Languages, salary $1,600. 

Ethel A. Hickey, B.A.. Associate Professor of English, salary $1,400. 

Delia J. Sisler, B.L.S., Librarian and Associate Professor of Li- 
brary Science, salary $1,400. 

John D. Clark, j\I.S.. Professor of Chemistry. (On leave of ob- 
sence for 1913-14), salary $1,800. 

Nellie Dean, A.B., Associate Professor of History. 

Asa Grin Weese, B.A.. Associate Professor of Biology, salary 
$1,400. 

E. W. Gruer, B.S.. Acting Associate Professor of Chemistry. 

Mendel Silber, B.A., IM.D., Assistant Professor of Philosophy and 
English, salary $1,200. 

INIary McFie, Director of Music, salary $900. 

Ralph F. Hutchinson. Director of Athletics. 

Cherange Robei'ts. Assistant Librarian, salary, $180. 

I. N. Prickett. Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds; salary 
$1,200. 



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NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC 
ARTS. (Las Cruces.) P. O. State College. 

Board of Regents. 

James H. Paxton, President. Las Cruces 

Morgan O. Llewellyn, Secretary-Treasurer Las Cruces 

Francis E. Lester Mesilla Park 

A. H. Hudspeth White Oaks 

R. R. Larkin East Las Vegas 

Faculty. 

Geo. E. Ladd, President and Professor of Geology, salary $4,500. 

Fabian Garcia, Director Ex. Sta., Prof. Hort., salary $2,500. 

T. J. Guilfoil, Registrar, salary $2,000. 

Luther Foster, Professor of Agriculture, salary $2,000. 

C. T. Hagerty, Professor of Mathematics, salary $1,800. 

R. F. Hare, Professor of Chemistry, salary $2,100. 

A. B. Sage, Professor of Engineering, salary $2,000. 

F. L. Bixby, Professor of Irrigation Engineering, salary, $500. 
'(Part salary paid by U. S. Department of Agriculture.) 

M. L. Hoblit, Professor of Latin and Modern Languages, salary 
$1,800. 

J. H. Vaughan, Professor of History and Political Science, salary 
$1,800. 

A. H, Badenoch, Professor of Physical Education, salary $1,800. 

E. P. Humbert, Professor of Agronomy, salary $2,100. 

H. H. Simpson, Professor of Animal Husbandry, salary $2,000. 
Capt. E. N. Macon, Professor Military Science and Tactics, salary 
■$480. (Part salary paid by War Department.) 

Pearl C. Miller, Professor of Household Economics, salary $1,200. 

Frank Stockton, Professor of Physics, salary $1,500. 

H. S. Hammond, Professor of Biology, salary $1,600. 

S. S. Hookland, Professor of Commerce, salary $1,400. 

Mary F. Winningham, Dean of Women, salary $1,100. 

Josephine Morton, Librarian, salary $1,000. 

Adele B. Medlar, Director of Music, salary $300 and fees. 

W. T. Conway, Superintendent of Extension, salary $1,800. 

F. W. Christensen, Associate Professor of Chemistry, salary $1,600. 
S. R. Mitchell, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, salary $1,400. 

J. A. Anderson, Editor of Publications, salary $1,400. 

G. P. Stocker, Associate Professor Civil Engineering, salary $1,500. 
R. M. Wilcox, Assistant in English, salary $1,200. 

J. W. Rigney, Assistant Prof, of Horticulture, salary $1,300. 

J. W. Wiggs, Assistant in English, salary $1,400. 

R. L. Stewart, Assistant in Agronomy, salary $1,200. (Resigned 
October 1.) 

D. E. Merrill, Associate Professor of Biology, salary $1,200. 

Ruth Thompson, Assistant in Household Economics, salary $1,000. 

L. B. Selby, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, salary 
$1,300. 

C. C. Winn, Assistant in Mechanical Engineering, salary $1,200. 

Fannie Ford, Assistant in Prep. Mathematics, salary $1,000. 



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Lute Foster, Instructor in Inst. Music, salary $300 and fees. 

Edna E. Anderson, Assistant Librarian, salary $600. 

L. R. McNeely, Assistant in Agronomy, salary $1,000. 

W. S. Cunningham, Assistant in Animal Husbandry, salary $1,050. 

J. R. Quesenberry, Assistant in Animal Husban,dry, .salary $1,000. 

Jose Quintero, Assistant in Chemistry, salary 

Geo. Kable, Assistant in Irrigation, salary $1,200. 

L. J. Cochrane, Assistant in Commerce, salary 

A. B. Fite, Student Assistant in Horticulture, salary 

P. W. Marquette, Instructor in Shop Work, salary 

Roland Harwell, Assistant in Agronomy, salary $1,200. 

A. J. Engquist, Assistant Registrar, salary $1,200. 

C. P. Wilson, Station Stenographer, salary $1,200. 

D. W. Bloodgood, Assistant in Irrigation, salary $600. 

It must be borne in mind that the above list includes the ^Experi- 
ment Station staff as well as the teaching force of the College. About 
$17,000 of the above salaries is devoted exclusively to experimental 
work under the Hatch and Adams acts, and $37,000 to teaching those 
subjects allowed under the provisions of the Morrill act. This makes 
a total of $54,000 paid out of United States government funds. Of 
the $11,500 paid from State funds $8,000 is for general administration 
and $3,500 for teaching. 

NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MINES. (Socorro.) 
Board of Regents. 

A. C. Torres, President Socorro 

C. T. Brown, Secretary-Treasurer Socorro 

M. W. Borrowdale ■ • Magdalena 

John Mclntyre San Antonio 

J. E. Smith Socorro 

Faculty. 

Fayette A. Jones, C.E., E.M., LL.D., President, salary $3,000. 

George Irving Kemmerer, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Chem- 
istry, salary $1,800. 

Byron Kemp Coghlan, B.S., Professor of Civil Engineering, salary 
$1,800. 

Gustavus Edwin Anderson, S.B., A.M., Professor of Geology, sal- 
ary, $1,800. 

John Fraser Graham, B.S., Professor of Mining and Metallurgy, 
salary $1,800. 

Thomas Calvin MacKay, A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Professor of Mathe- 
matics, salary $1,800. 

Viggo E. Hanson, B.S., Professor of Mechanical Engineering, sal- 
ary $1,200. 

Carl Clyde Smith, Ph.B., Principal of the Academy, salary $1,400. 

Antonio Abeyta, Instructor in Spanish (nine months term), sal- 
ary $225. 

Frank Maloit, Instructor in Chemistry (nine months term), sal- 
ary $180. 



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NEW MEXICO NORMAL SCHOOL. (Silver City.) 
Board of Regents. 

Van T. Manville, President Silver City 

Jackson Agee, Secretary-Treasurer Silver City 

C. W. Marriott Silver City 

John Corbett Deming 

Mrs. Helen Rodgers Silver City 

Faculty. 

C. M. Light, President, salary $2,700. 

E. L. Enloe, Vice-Principal, salary $1,500. 

T. G. Rodgers, Mathematics, salary $1,435. 

J. E. Brownlee, Science, Manual Training, Agriculture, salary 
$1,290. 

Miss Jean Forsyth, English, salary $1,045. 

Miss Isabel Ward, Spanish, salary $1,000. 

Miss Ethel Pickett, Domestic Science, salary $1,000. 

Miss Helen M. Calkins, Business, salary $960. 

Miss Lela Manville, Training School, Principal, salary $1,035. 

Miss Mary Oliver, Training School, salary $765. 

Miss Ella Schafranka, Training School, salary $765. 

Miss Nina Light, Training School, salary $630. 

Miss Mary Eckles, Training School, salary $900. 

Miss Vera Carter, Assistant Librarian, salary $153. 

Mr. J. R. Craford, Assistant Janitor, salary $153. 

Mr. Lynn Dunlop, Assistant Janitor, salary $153. 

Mr. Bland Allen, Monitor for Boys, salary $153. 

Mr. J. R. Roibal, Custodian of Buildings, salary $480. 

Mr. Frank Craig, Fireman at Heating Plant, salary 

Mrs. Jessie Flora, Matron of Dormitory, salary 

NOTE — Miss Pickett, the Domestic Science Instructor, is also 
preceptress of the Dormitory. 

NEW MEXICO NORMAL UNIVERSITY. (Las Vegas.) 
Board of Regents. 

F. E. Olney, President Las Vegas 

M. W. Browne, Secretary-Treasurer Las Vegas 

Charles Ilfield ■ • Las Vegas 

J. D. W. Veeder Las Vegas 

Eugenio Romero Mora 

Faculty. 

Frank H. H. Roberts, B. Ped., B.Ph., A.M., Ph.D., President and 
Professor of Sociology and History, salary $3,500. 

Frank Carroon, B. Ped., M. Ped., A.B., A.M., Professor of Psychol- 
ogy and Education, salary $1,800. 

Marguerite Cluxton, Graduate Loretto Heights Academy, Direc- 
tor of Instrumental Music. 

Ottway C. Zingg, B. Ped., M. Ped., A.B., Associate Professor of 
History and Education, salary .>1,200. 



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Cornelia Kimball Murray, B. Fed., Director of Music and Art, 
salary $950. 

Anne George, Graduate College of Industrial Arts, Professor of 
Household Science and Arts, salary $1,000. 

Francis E. Kelley, B.S., Professor of Mathematics, $1,200. 

May Ross, Graduate and Post Graduate Emerson College of Ora- 
tory, Professor of English and Oratory, salary $900. 

Arthur H. Van Home, A.B., Professor of Latin and Librarian, sal- 
ary $1,100. 

Bessie Watt, Ph.B., Critic Teacher, First and Second Grades, sal- 
ary $900. 

Esther Mangan, A.B., Critic Teacher, Third and Fourth Grades, 
salary $900. 

Mabel E. Hall, Matron La Casa de Ramona. 

Susie Whitaker, Graduate Gem City Business College, Private 
Secretary to the President. 

Jennie Pearl Hutchison, B. Fed., M. Fed., Critic Teacher, Seventh 
Grade, salary $900. 

Harriette Edythe Mann, B. Fed., Critic Teacher, Eighth Grade, 
salary $900. 

George Russell Cornell, B.S., B. Acct., M. Acct., A.M., Professor 
of Commercial Branches and Assistant in History, salary $1,000. 

Oscar Lee Hargrove, B. Fed., Professor of Manual Training and 
Assistant in Science, salary $1,200. 

Sue Hutchison, B.S., A.B., Critic Teacher of Fifth and Sixth 
Grades, salary $900. 

Gladys E. Carroon, Assistant Librarian. 

Wilhelmina Vollmer, Assistant in Spanish. 

NEW MEXICO SPANISH-AMERICAN NORMAL SCHOOL. (El Rito.) 
Board of Regents. 

Francisco Delgado, President Santa Fe 

Samuel Eldodt, Secretary-Treasurer Chamita 

J. W. Beck • • El Rito 

Tenceslao Jaramillo El Rito 

Porfirio Abreu Fenasco 

Faculty. 

George J. Martin, A.B., A.M., President, salary $1,500. (Apart- 
ments furnished.) 

Emma Myers, Instructor, salary $1,200 (and room). 
Mrs. George J. Martin, Matron. (Salary not yet fixed.) 

NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE. 

E. A. Cahoon, President Roswell 

J. E. Rhea, Vice-President Roswell 

J. W. Foe, Secretary Roswell 

J. P. White, Treasurer Roswell 

W. A. Finley. Carlsbad 



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Faculty. 

Col. Jas. W. Willson, Superintendent, salary $3,600. 

Lt. Col. W. S. Barlow, French and English, salary $1,425. 

Maj. D. C. Pearson, Mathematics, salary $2,400. 

Maj. J. Ross Thomas, Drawing and Mathematics, salary $1,575. 

Maj. John McClure, Chemistry and English, salary $1,800. 

Maj. L. R. Forney, Commandant of Cadets, Physics, salary $1,350- 

Capt. F. P. Spencer, English and Latin, salary $1,500. 

Capt. J. C. Troutman, History, salary $1,400. 

Capt. C. M. Rademacher, German and Athletics, salary $1,500. 

Capt. J. J. McLure, Jr., Surveying and English, salary 

Capt. G. V. Clayton, Spanish, salary $360. 

Capt. G. L. Erwin, Commercial Courses, salary $405. 

Capt. F. W. Thompson, Quartermaster, salary $1,200. 

Capt. H. A. Ingalls, Post Surgeon, salary $500. 

Capt. Jack Fletcher, Bandmaster, salary $720. 

Miss Lou B. Gee, Nurse, salary 



NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. (Alamogordo.) 
Board of Regents. 

Cesario Duran Tularosa. 

George J. Wolfinger, Secretary-Treasurer Alamogordo 

J. L. Lawson Alamogordo 

George B. Barter Lincoln 

A. J. Rolland Carrizozo 

(The salaries given are monthly.) 

R. R. Pratt, Superintendent, (assists in Literary), salary $150. 
Ruth Woodbury, Music and Office Assistant, salary $75. 
Carolyn S. Parke, Literary and Music Assistant, salary $50. 
Rose L. Curtis, Girls' Industrial and Literary Assistant, salary $50. 
Robert J. Mulligan, Boys' Industrial and Literary Assistant, sal- 
ary $50. 

Sara C. McKenzie, Matron and Domestic Science, salary $55. 

Fannie Valverde, Boys' Supervisor, salary $20. 

Ola Brock, Girls' Supervisor, salary $35. 

Fannin Nicks, Night Watchman and Plumber, salary $55. 

John Rash, Janitor, salary $30. 

Maria Sanz, Cook, salary $35. 

F. Baldinado, House Girl, salary $29. 

Felicitas Sanchez, House Girl, salary $20. 

Louisa Rey, House Girl, salary $20. 

Katrina Sanchez, House Girl, salary $16. 

Angelita Chavez, House Girl, salary $16. 

Narcisa Rayos, Laundress, salary $60. 



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DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM. (Santa Fe.) 
Board of Regents. 

S. G. Cartwright, President Santa Fe 

M. T. Dnnlavy. Secretary Santa Fe 

B. E. Redding '• Mountainair 

Alexander Gusdorf Taos 

Cipriano Lucero •• Cerrillos 

Faculty. 

W. O. Connor, Jr., Superintendent, salary $1,200. 
Louise K. Schacht, Matron, Domestic Science, salary $450. 
Manuel Martinez, Janitor, Agriculture, salary $600. 
Gregorita Jenks, Cook, salary $270. 
L. Quintana, Laundress, salary $162. 
Rosarita Ortiz, House Servant, salary $135. 
Dolores Lovato, Special, salary $45. 

J. B. Bumgardner. Art, Manual Training and Drawing, salary 
$697.50. 

Mamie Cool, Teacher, salary $625.50. 
Myrtle Collatt, Teacher, salary $585. 
Mrs. E. Brown, Teacher, salary $427.50. 

MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO. (Santa Fe.) 
Board of Regents. 

W. C. McDonald Santa Fe 

John R. McFie, President . . ■ • Santa Fe 

Frank Springer Las Vegas 

Ralph E. Twitchell East Las Vegas 

James L. Seligman Santa Fe 

N. B. Laughlin, Treasurer Santa Fe 

Staff. 

E. L. Hewett, Ph.D.. Director. 

Paul A. F. Walter, Assistant Director and Secretary. 

Mrs. Harry L. Wilson, Librarian. 

]\Irs. Vera Rathburn, Stenographer. 

SCHOOL OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY. (Santa Fe.) 

(The School of American Archaeology has its library, lecture 
rooms, museum, laboratories, etc., in the historic Palace of the Gov- 
ernors in accordance with New Mexico statutes. It is under the 
management of a committee appointed by the Archaeological Institute 
o\ America.) 

Staff. 

Edgar L. Hewett, Ph.D., Director. 

Paul A. F. Walter, Secretary and Assistant Director. 
Sylvanus G. Morley, Fellow Central American Archaeology. 
Kenneth M. Chapman. Lecturer and Special Research Work. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 15 

Jesse Nusbaum, Superintendent of Construction. 

Wesley Bradfield, Assistant in Museum. 

Carlos Vierra, Museum Artist. 

Jotin P. Harrington, Ethnology and Linguistics. 

Donald Beauregard, Museum Artist. 

In addition to the foregoing, a special corps of archaeologists 
and assistants is employed in the field in Central America and other 
regions, while, during the summer session in August, lectures of note 
are employed for special courses. 

NEW MEXICO REFORM SCHOOL. (Springer.) 
Board of Regents. 

John Morrow, President Raton 

A. C. Cellier, Secretary Springer 

George Tindall Springer 

William S. French • • Cimarron 

Doroteo Martinez Roy 

Faculty. 

J. D. McPike, Superintendent, salary . 

James S. Mitchell, Teacher, salary $45. 

Wallace West, Farmer, salary $60. 

George W Graham, General Mechanic and Guard, salary $60. 



ALBUQUERQUE. 



(Term, 9 months, but the salary is paid monthly for 12 months. 
Chairman of the Board of Education, M. E. Hickey; Clerk, E. W. 
Tennent.) 

John Milne, Superintendent, salary $187.50. 

Nancy Hewitt, Principal High School, salary $129.17. 

Ella M. LaBar, Assistant Principal High School, salary $104.17. 

W. F. Maitrejean, Commercial, salary $100. 

Lydia Lheroux, Spanish, salary $79.17. 

Hilda M. Hetzel, Latin, salary $79.17. 

E. J. Roth, Science, salary $79.17. 

Rose Anna Grey, English, salary $79.17. 

Mabel Bond, History and English, salary $75.00. 

Susan C. Klinkhammer, German, salary $75.00. 

Sallie E. King, Principal Eighth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Maud Rogers, salary $66.67. 

Helen Kenyon, salary $62.50. 

Lida, Sloan, salary $58.33. 

Mrs. T. I. Butts, Principal Ward 1, First Grade, salary $104.17. 

Adah Vaughn, Third and Fourth Grades, salary $66.67. 

Winifred Hillyard, Sixth and Seventh Grades, salary $66.67. 

Jettie Murphy, Sixth and Seventh Grades, salary $62.50. 

Ona Schupp, Fifth Grade, salary $58.33. 

Jane Walsh, First Grade, salary $54.17. 

Tana McGregor, Third Grade, salary $54.17. 

Goldie Dale Sheets, Second Grade, salary $54.17. 



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George F. Mitchell, Principal Ward 2, Fifth and Sixth Grades,, 
salary $87.50. 

Lillie A. Keepers, First Grade, salary $70.83. 

Vida Pinney, Third Grade, salary $66.67. 

Julia Robertson, Fourth Grade, salary $66.67. 

Elsie McGregor, First and Second Grades, salary $66.67. 

Marie Lee Keenan, Fifth and Sixth Grades, salary $62.50. 

Jane Herron, First Grade, salary $62.50. 

Nannie Creel, Second Grade, salary $62.50. 

J. F. Bentley, Principal Ward 3, Sixth and Seventh Grades, sal- 
ary $87.50. 

Ida Elder, First and Second Grades, salary $70.83. 

Mata Tway, First Grade, salary $70.83. 

Gertrude Takken, Seventh Grade, salary $66.67. 

Cora Allen, Sixth Grade, salary $66.67. 

Adele Goss, Third Grade, salary $62.50. 

Rhoda Swayne, First Grade, salary $54.17. 

Alleene Keeler, Fourth Grade, salary $54.17. 

Grace D. Cassatt, Third Grade, salary $54.17. 

Kathryn Keenan, Fifth Grade, salary $54.17. 

Teresa Armijo, Second Grade, salary $50.00. 

J. R. McCollum, Principal Ward 4, Sixth and Seventh Grades,,, 
salary $104.17. 

Elizabeth Willey, First Grade, salary $70.83. 

E. Myrtle Plant, Fifth Grade, salary $66.67. 

Minnie G. Diehl, First Grade, salary $66.67. 

Florence Barnes, First Grade, salary $66.67. 

Margaret Keleher, Third Grade, salary $66.67. 

Eugenia Keleher, Fourth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Ruby Rhae, Third Grade, salary $58.33. 

Belle Sweet, Seventh Grade, salary $58.33. 

Enid V. Tohill, Sixth Grade, salary $58.33. 

Teresa McKenzie, Second Grade, salary $54.17. 

Grace Borradaile, Second Grade, salary $54.17. 

Leone Parker, Fourth and Fifth Grades, salary $54.17. 

E. C. Benson, Supervisor of Manual Training, salary $87.50. 

Lillian Sylvester, Supervisor of Art and Pen., salary $79.17. 

Jennie L. Trott, Supervisor of Music, salary $75.00. 

Ruth Bright, Supervisor of Domestic Science, salary $66.67.. 

ARTESIA. 

C. E. Grover, 5 yr., $1,500, annual, 9 mos.; A. E. Keinath. 

R. L. Parish, 1st, $100, monthly, 9 mos. 

Barbara Dearborn, 1st, $80, monthly, 9 mos. 

Ruth Brainard, 1st, $75, monthly, 9 mos. 

John Van Hoy, 1st, $75, monthly, 9 mos. 

Lora Williams, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 

Freda Hecht, 1st, $70, monthly, 9 mos. 

William Clyde, 1st, $80, monthly, 9 mos. 

Lutie Mcllhaney, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 

Artie McMahon, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 17 

Esther Mendenhall, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 
Mabel Henrichsen, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 
Bula Stagner, Ist, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 
Emily Hewitt, 1st, $65, monthly, 9 mos. 
Ethel James, 1st, $70, monthly, 9 mos. 
Juanita Stagner, 1st, $40, monthly, 9 mos. 

CARLSBAD. 

W. A. Poore, 5 yr., $1,720, annual, 9 mos.; Clarence Bell. 

Nellie Wilson, 1st, $900, annually, 9 mos. 

Bessie Johnson, 1st, $720, annually, 9 mos. 

Bertha Smith, 1st, $720, annually, 9 mos. 

L. J. Wilkins, 1st, $810, annually, 9 mos. 

F. G. Snow, 1st, $225, annually, 9 mos. 

F. M. Hatfield, 1st, $810, annually, 9 mos. 

Maude Wyman, 1st, $540, annually, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Emma Swickard, Prof., $585, annually, 9 mos. 

Mae Murphy, 1st, $540, annually, 9 mos. 

Anna McMahon, 1st, $540, annually, 9 mos. 

Myrtle Harkey, 1st, $540, annually, 9 mos. 

Lida Mencimer, 1st, $576, annually, 9 mos. 

J. N. S. Webb, 1st, $585, annually, 9 mos. 

Joanna Hudiburg, 1st, $540, annually, 9 mos. 

Jane Groves, 1st, $135, annually, 9 mos. 

CLOVIS. 

(Term, 9 month. Teachers paid monthly for nine months; 
Superintendent monthly for twelve months. Chairman of the Board 
of Education, B. D. Oldham; Clerk, Mrs. S. C. Nutter.) 

W. E. Carroon, Superintendent, salary $141.66. 

A. R. Seder, Principal High School, salary $110. 

C. E. Gary, Mathematics, High School, salary $85. 

Leila George, Latin and History, salary $85. 

Ana M. Barnett, English, salary $85. 

Mae McMillin, Commercial and Spanish, salary $100. 

Nina Davis, Sixth Grade, salary $60. 

Ollie M. Greathouse, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Zura Hayden, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Hettie Lee Fitz Hugh, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 

Neva Odom, Third Grade, salary $60. 

Katherine Burns, Second Grade, salary $85. 

Verda Norris, First Grade, salary $85. 

_D. I. Barnett, First to Fourth Grades, salary $60. 

Albertine Starrett, First Grade, salary $85. 

Addle Griggsby, Second and Third Grades, salary $60. 

EAST LAS VEGAS. 

(Term, 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months. Chair- 
man of the Board of Education, G. W. Haydon ; Clerk, Chas. Tamme.) 
Rufus Mead, Superintendent, salary 



18 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Byron J. Read, Principal High School, salary $120. 
Harriet K. Davis, High School, salary $80. 
Mabel Hull, High School, salary $80. 
Iva Markham, High School, salary $80. 
Arthur Edmonds, Principal, Eighth Grade, salary $80. 
Bertha Papen, Seventh Grade, salary $65. 
Jeanette Ward, Sixth Grade, salary $50. 
Emma Tamme, Fifth Grade, salary $50. 
Mosy York, Fourth and Fifth Grades, salary $50. 
Margaret Cavanaugh, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 
Mary Kramer, Third Grade, salary $65. 
Teresa Devine, Third Grade, salary $65. 
Mary McGinn, Second Grade, salary $65. 
1 Louise Lowry, First Grade, salary $55. 
Alida Carlson, First Grade, salary $55. 
INTinnie Kohn, Principal, First Grade, salary $80. 
Chell Crozier, Rlusic and Art. salary $80. 
Mary Hanson, Substitute, $3 per day. 

RATON. 

(Term. 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for 9 months except 
Superintendent who is paid $2,000 for the year. Chairman of the 
Board of Education, John Morrow; Clerk, Alf Jels.) 

T. W. Conway, Superintendent, salary $2,000. 

J. H. Dowden, Mathematics, salary $150. 

T. W. Conway, Mental Science. 

E. E. Robbins, Sciences, salary $111.11. 

Grace Colgan, Latin, salary $90. 

Anna Stratton, English, salary $85. 

Jane M. Goddard, Commercial Department, salary $100. 

C. L. Ellis, Manual Training, salary $133.33. 

Grace Gillette, Domestic Science, salary $111.11. 

]\Iarjorie Fuller, Vocal Music, salary $85. 

Elnore O'Donnell, Eighth Grade, salary $90. 

Martha Jolitz, Seventh Grade, salary $60. 

Wiunifred Shuler. Sixth Grade, salary $60. 

Alaska Davis, Fifth Grade, salary $75. 

Maybelle Goin. Fourth Grade, salary $75. 

Eloise Macbeth, Third Grade, salary $60. 

Marguerite aiurphy. Second Grade, salary $75. 

INIrs. Gussie Dyer, First Grade, salary $75. 

Mrs. Florence H. Oliver, Principal, Seventh Grade, salary $85. 

INIabel Benfer, Sixth Grade, salary $75. 

Merle Schlott. Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

]\Irs. Nell Neale, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 

Clara E. Coulter. Third Grade, salary $75. 

Maggie Bucher. Second Grade, salary $75. 

Mrs. Jennie Bennett, First Grade, salary $75. 

Mrs. Alexia Coronel. Principal, First Grade, salary $85. 

Grace Rogers, Fourth and Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Bessie Sheldon, Third Grade, salary $75. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 19 

Grace Allen, Second Grade, salary $75. 

Vasti Marez, First Grade, salary $60. 

Zoe Davis, First Grade, salary $75. 

June Brackett (rural), all grades, salary $50. 

ROSWELL. 

(Term, 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for 9 months except- 
ing Supt. Hall and Mr. Pope. Chairman of the Board of Educa- 
tion, D. F. Thomas; Clerk, Mrs. O. R. Haymaker.) 

W. O. Hall, Superintendent, salary (12 months), $200. 

H. W. Lyon, Principal and Science, salary $155.56. 

Myrtle Decker, Assistant Principal and Spanish, salary $110. 

R. E. Morris, Mathematics, salary $110. 

Grace Quigley, Mathematics, salary $100. 

Margaret Kennedy, English, salary $100. 

G. M. Klingner, Assistant English and Athletic Coach, salary $110. 

J. C. Young, Assistant English, salary $80. 

Alice Lieurance, Latin, salary $100. 

Gertrude Hunter, History, salary $100. 

Effie Mulford, Domestic Science, salary $90. 

Emma Poirson, Music Supervisor, salary $95. 

Ada Buckmaster, Drawing Supervisor, salary 90. 

D. N. Pope, Principal Central School, salary (12 mos.) $116.67. 

Sarah G. Armstrong, First Grade, salary $75. 

Irene Coleman, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 

Blanche Davenport, Sixth Grade, salary $75. 

Cora Dodd, First Grade, salary $75. 

Bonnie Dysart, Second Grade, salary $75. 

Amelia Gerties, Fifth Grade, salary $75. 

Lavinia Gillespie, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Elmyra Miller, Sixth Grade, salary $65. 

Eugenia Poirson, First Grade, salary $65. 

Ruby Reed, Seventh Grade, salary $65. 

Mrs| J. H. Rives, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Blanche Sain, Third Grade, salary $75. 

Carrie Skillman, Seventh Grade, salary $90. 

Edna Walborn, Third Grade, salary $60. 

Pearl Werline, Second Grade, salary $65. 

Claribelle Woodward, Fifth Grade, salary $70. 

Jennie Kenney, Principal Pauley School, Fourth Grade, salary $100. 

Frances O'Neil, Third Grade, salary $65. 

Agnes Walker, Second Grade, salary $75. 

Floss Ann Turner, First Grade, salary $80. 

Ethel Coleman, Principal North Hill, Second Grade, salary $90. 

May Hanks, First Grade, salary $65. 

Rachel Smith, Third Grade, salary $65. 

Kathryn Steinmeyer, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 

Clara Jenkins, Colored School, salary $45. 



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SANTA FE. 

(Term, 9 months, but teachers are paid for nine and one-half 
months, excepting the Superintendent, whose salary is $2,000 per 
year. The Chairman of the Board of Education is J. D. Sena; 
Clerk, J. H. Wagner.) 

J. H. Wagner, Superintendent, salary $166.67. 

George Lougee, Principal High School, Science, salary $100. 

Elsie Staley, Latin and Greek, salary $90. 

Stella Hutson. English and History, salary $85. 

Marie Sena, Spanish, salary $50. 

J. A. Wood, Mathematics, salary $60. 

Alberta Smith, Departmental Work, Seventh and Eighth Grades, 
salary $60. 

Etta Moore, Departmental Work, Seventh and Eighth Grades, 
salary $60. 

Leila Laws, Sixth Grade, salary $55. 

Frances Abbott, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Helen Gildersleeve, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 

Helen Harrison, Third Grade, salary $55. 

Ada Harvey, Second Grade, salary $60. 

Minnie Laws, First Grade, salary $55. 

Hunt Robertson. Principal Second Ward, salary $75. 

Juanita Sena, First Grade, salary $50. 

Helena Randall, Kindergarten, salary $65. 

Mary Martin, Drawing (half time), salary $50. 

Marian Bishop, Music, salary $35. 

J. H. Wagner, Manual Training. 

Stella Hutson, Domestic Science. 

TUCUMCARI. 

(Term, 9 months. Chairman of the Board of Education, A. D. 
Goldenberg; Clerk, W. B. Rector.) 

Jos. S. Hofer, Superintendent and High School, salary $211.11. 

W. D. Shadwick, Principal and High School, salary $90. 

R. H. Johnson, Principal Commercial Department, salary $166.66. 

Gladys Butters, Spanish and English, salary $75. 

Mabel Maxwell, Latin and Eighth Grade, salary $70. 

Doris M. Butt, Domestic Science and Piano, salary $80. 

Mae Luttrell, Seventh Grade, salary $65. 

Nellie Hershberger, Fifth and Seventh Grades, salary $70. 

Anga Elder, Sixth Grade, salary $65. 

Evalina Walker, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Claudia Whittle, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 

]\Tary Fitzgerald, First Grade, salary $70. 

Lillian A. Bess, Third and Fourth Grades, salary $80. 

Cornelia Burke, Second Grade, salary $70. 

Eugenia Roy. Third Grade, salary $70. 

Willie Lawing, Second Grade, salary $65. 

Clara Gerhardt, First Grade, salary $70. 

Louise Murphy, Second and Third Gradea, salary $65. 

Grace Jeffrey, First Grade, salary $70. 

Mabel W. Clark, Kindergarten, salary $100. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 21 

BERNALILLO COUNTY. 

(A. Montoya, Albuquerque, County Superintendent.) 

1. S. M. Smith, Albuquerque, 2n(i, $55, 9 mos.; Moises Saavedra, 
(915 S. 2nd, Albuquerque). 

Josephine V. Creek, Albuquerque, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Lucy E. Ortiz, Albuquerque, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 
Maria Espinosa, Albuquerque, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Vicenta Montoya, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

2. Lorena Wells, Albuquerque, 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; Juan Griego 
y Lucero, (Old Albuquerque). 

3. Mary S. Rowland, Alameda, Prof. $60, 9 mos.; Abel Lucero 
y Gurule, (Alameda, N. M.). 

Josefita Quintana, Alameda, 1st., $50, 9 mos. 
Margaret Schmidt, Albuquerque (724 S. Broadway), Prof., $50, 
9 mos. 

4. Mrs. J. T. Ortega, Albuquerque, 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; Jose Mar- 
tinez, (Alameda). 

5. Ruth Goss, Albuquerque, 2nd, $65, 9 mos.; J. M. Sanchez, 
(1322 S. 3rd, Albuquerque). 

Erna Schroeder, Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Selma J. Anderson, Albuquerque, 1st, $60. 

6. Estella C. Kelly, 2nd, $65, 9 mos.; Patrocinio Chavez. 
Jose J. Lopez, Padillas, Prof., $55, 9 mos. 

7. Babarita Chavez, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Juan Olguin, 
(Albuquerque). 

8. Mabel Barton, Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Pablo Apodaca 
(Old Albuquerque). 

9. Mrs. Maggie Woodworth, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Jake S. Armijo. 
Mrs. Laura Boushka, Armijo, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

10. P. C. Mora, Escobosa, Per., $50, 7 mos.; Reyes Mora (Chilili). 

11. Adele Bordenave, Pajarito, 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; Mrs. May H. 
Hubbell. 

13. Mrs. O'Connor Roberts, Albuquerque, Prof., $75, 9 mos.; 
Nestor Montoya. 

Elizabeth Wells, Albuquerque, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Laurene Asselin, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Julia Keleher, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Sarah H. Moore, Albuquerque, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

Aurelia Montoya, Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Genevieve Tierney, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Irene M. Burke, Albuquerque, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Mary J. Gurule, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Gertrude Espinosa, Albuquerque, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Bernice Hesselden, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Beatrice Armijo, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

14. Katharine O'Keefe, Albuquerque, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; Saulo 
Herrera. 

15. Edna McChesney, Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. -. J. S. Howers. 

16. Angela Perea, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Epifanio Chavez. 
22. M. Anna Swayne, Albuquerque, Prof., $55, 9 mo.; A. J. 

Montoya, (Old Albuquerque). 



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23. Max A. Perea, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Librado Lerma, 
(Albuquerque). 

24. Ethel Bassett, Barton, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; W. S. Klock, (Barton). 
28. Mamie Wells, Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Pedro Aranda. 
34. Ella Sbocknessy, Albuquerque, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Carlos 

Griego. 

36. Helen Schmidt, Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Rafael H. 
Sena, (Alameda, N. M.). 

39. Mrs. J. M. Skinner, Albuquerque, Per., $35, 5 mos.; Tirso 
Lucero, (San Pedro). 

44. Mrs. Josie H. Shirk, Albuquerque, Per., $50, 5 mos.; A. A. 
Jaramillo. 

45. J. M. Skinner, Albuquerque, Per., $35, 5 mos.; Domingo 
Garcia, (Albuquerque). 

47. Mrs. Reta B. Mathews, Chilili, Prof., $75, 9 mos.; Jose D. 
Maldonado, (Chilili). 

Kenneth Mathews, Chilili, Per., 3 mos. 

48. Mrs. Tillie Sanchez, Albuquerque, Per., $50, 9 mos.; Jose 
Sanchez y Montoya, (Albuquerque). 

CHAVES COUNTY. 

(C. C. Hill, Roswell, Superintendent.) 

2. Estelle Hays, Roswell, 1st., $75, 8 mos; J. H. Goodart. 
Anna E. Carr, Roswell, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

3. Ola Jones, Roswell, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; J. H. Perrine. 

4. Annie Henderson, Roswell, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; J. H. McPherson. 

5. Myrtle Mount, Dunlap, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; F. G. Baker. 
Nina Cullen, Ingleville, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

Alice Stark, White Flat, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 
Eula Grizzle, White Flat, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.' 
Mrs. W. K. Siron, White Flat, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

6. M. R. Lugibihl, Hagerman, Prof., $125, 9 mos.; Willis Pardee. 
Orell Myers, Hagerman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Eva Hillan, Hagerman, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Grace Weatherald, Hagerman, Per., $50, 9 mos. 
Ethel Wilson, Hagerman, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Lucy Thomas, Hagerman, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

7. Leah Burrows, Roswell, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; O. L. Williams. 

8. J. M. Bickley, Dexter, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; C. W. Haliburton. 
E. V. Wiseman, Dexter, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Eddy Johnston, Dexter, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. U. S. Clark, Dexter, Per., $50, 9 mos. 
Beulah Reiff, Dexter, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

9. Rose Jasper, Roswell, 1st., $75, 7 mos.; M. V. Corn, Jr. 

10. Ethel Miller, New Hope, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. L. Turner, 

11. Mamie Head, Elva, 2nd. $50, 7 mos.; J. M. Glaze. 
Ranch School. Dora Albright, Elva, 3rd, $20, 3 mos. 
Ranch School. Hazel Van Eaton, Elva, 1st, $25, 4 mos. 

12. W. F. Welty, Elva, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; W. R. Eccles. 
Olive Hadder, Roswell, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

13. Luella Hoard, Elk, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Angle Cleve. 



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14. Ruby Neff, Lower Penasco, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

15. L. A. Carson, Dunken, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Sybil Cox. 

16. Gertrude Rabb, Dexter, 2nd, $45, 6 mos.; A. D. Hill. 

17. Jessie Davis, Felix, 3rd, $50,. 6 mos. • N. A. Pendergrass. 

18. Belle Norton, Ranger Lake, 1st, $60,' 5 mos.; J. B. Martin. 
Ruby Forbes, Jenkins, 1st, $50, 4 mos. 

19. C. B. McLean, Greenfield, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; C. W. Curry. 
Ella Manley, Greenfield, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

Esther Herron, Blackdom, Per., $40, 6 mos. 

20. D. M. Proudfit, Lake Arthur, 1st, $100, 9 mos. • J. B. Morris. 
Pearl Hoard, Lake Arthur, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Grace Hedges, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Dora Huntley, Lake Arthur, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

21. Fern Willison, Orchard Park, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; R. Rodman. 

22. B. W. Newlin, Kenna, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; R. L. Roberson. 
Mrs. B. W. Newlin, Kenna, 3rd, $40, 6 mos. 

Minnie Covington, Kenna, Per., $40, 6 mos. 

23. Luly Fairchild, Roswell, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Luther Hale. 

24. O. L. Smith, Richland, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. I. Betts. 

25. Olive Swagerty, Liston, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; G. A. Graves. 

26. W. W. Proudfit, Elkins, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; G. W. Gassman. 
Laura Dooley, Elkins, 1st, $45, 6 mos. 

Alma Squires, Elkins, 2nd, $55, 6 mos. 
Mary E. Fuller, Elkins, Per., $45, 6 mos. 

27. Setta Jones, Elida, 1st, $45, 5 mos.; M. J. Rippee. 

29. Mary E. Burk, Boaz, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; W. C. Maples. 

30. Lela Quillin, Bronco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; B. F. Hughes. 

31. S. B. McLean, Elida, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Ed. McCown. 

32. Florence B. Clark, Acme, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; R. D. Shannon. 

33. Monte Chavers, Nobe, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. N. Laughlin. 

34. Lourine Copeland, Boaz, 2nd, $38.50', 5 mos.; C. E. Netz. 

35. 36, 37 and 38 not contracted. 

39. J. LeRoy Lancaster, Warren, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; J. H. George. 

40. Maggie Payne, Midway, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. A. Smith. 

41. Not contracted. 

42. Myrtle Yadon, Lovington, 2nd, $75, 5 mos.; J. W. Caudle. 

44. J. W. Ware, King, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Vaughn. 

45. Blanch Collum, Tatum, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; C. A. Bridges. 

COLFAX COUNTY. 

(Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton, Superintendent.) 

1. Ella G. Turner, Elizabethtown, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. 
Joseph Lowery. 

2. Eva Knight, Baldy, 2nd, $50', 5 mos.; E. V. Deshayes. 

3. R. C. Bonney, Cimarron, 1st, $95, 6 mos.; J. J. Nairn. 
Vesta Kiker, Cimarron, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Bessie Lodge, Cimarron, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Bessie Tipton, Cimarron, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Marian Blackwell, Cimarron, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

4. Ethel McClure, French, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; Miss Emma Owens. 
Mabel McClure, French, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 



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5. Mrs. Charlotte Moore, Bell, 2nd, $7(>, 8 mos.; John Budd. 
Laura A. Rector, Bell, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

6. Pearl M. Hall, Dawson, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; T. L. Kinney. 
Loudee Elliott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. M. C. Yount, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Grace McDermott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Sadie Hanna, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Faydell Clark, Dawson, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 
Nira Nutter, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Maude F. Byers, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Florence Sitko, Dawson, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 
Marcella Calhoun, Dawson ,1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Addle Mair, Dawson. Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

7. Ethel A. Kennedy, Springer, 2nd, $50, 5 mos, N. M. Abreu. 

8. Ethel Brooke, Cimarron (care Robert's Mill), 1st, $50, 8 mos.; 
Gilbert S. Puller. 

Mabel L. Carrington, Cimarron (care Bonito Mill), 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

9. Mattie Butler, Raton, 2ud, $40, 5 mos.; Albert Lojek. 

10. Mr. J. A. Millsap, Yankee, 1st, $45, 3 mos.; C. L. Rinker. 
Bertha Pircher, Yankee, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

12. Miguel A. Lopez, Maxwell, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Juan I. Lopez. 

13. Elizabeth L. Rich, Colmor, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; Sim Cally. 

14. Luella Parks, Raton, 2nd, $45, 8 mos.; J. J. Chavez. 
Mary E. McGarvey, Raton, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

15. Frances R. Gallegos, Ocate, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; Hipolito Martinez. 

16. Carrie E. Fenton. Aurora, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Lorenzo Lopez. 

17. Elizabeth Floyd, Taylor Springs, 2nd, $55, 9 mos.; J. E. 
Duchanois. 

18. Susanna Valdez, Trinchera, Colo., 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; Delfino 
Cordova. 

20. Wm. J. Howes, Vermejo Park, Prof., $90. 11 mos.; Wm. E. 
Inglis. 

21. Viola L. Clark, Maxwell, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; George Rogers. 

22. Stella Kiker. Miami, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; Mrs. Wm. Page. 
Alice Margaret Nelson, Miami, 1st, $.0, 11 mos. 

23. Verna Orin, Colfax, 1st. $55, 9 mos.; B. A. Littrell. 

24. C. S. Cramer, Springer, Prof., $90, 9 mos.; D. J. Devine. 
Isabel O'Brien, Springer, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Alice Jackson. Springer, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Phyllis Cunningham. Springer, 1st, $60. 9 mos. 
Dorothy Schellhase, Springer, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

25. Mabel A. Paris, Ute Park, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Fred Strong. 

26. Jessie O. Chaffee, Maxwell, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Dr. N. A. 
Schwald. 

Loren Allen. Maxwell, 2nd, $60. 9 mos. 

.Josephine Everest, Maxwell, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Lillie A. Tosier, IMaxwell, 1st. $60, 9 mos. 

J. O. Hammond, Maxwell, 1st. $60, 9 mos., (rural school). 

27. S. T. Moss. Koehler. 2nd. $75, 9 mos.; Walter Kerr. 
Mary Etta Smith. Koehler. 1st, $65. 9 mos. 

E. Vay Johnson. Van Houten, 1st, $75. 9 mos. 
Tillie Schwachheim, Van Houten, 1st. $65, 9 mos. 



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Emma Johnson, Gardiner, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Corinne Kershner, Brilliant, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Catherine McLaughlin, Sugarite, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

28. Avis Blewett, Aurora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; James Gray. 

30. Alice Fidler, Springer, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; D. M. Gillespie. 

31. Mattie Butler, Bell, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; J. L. Shoemaker. 

32. Refugia Trujillo, Black Lake, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; R. T. Martinez, 

33. Virginia Revercomb, Chico, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; A. Hollenbeck. 
Oscar Moore, Gladstone, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

37. Cecil M. Benson, Yankee, 1st, $40, 7 mos.; Arthur Toundrow. 
39. Pedro Lopez, Colmor, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; J. E. Fernandez. 

41. Virginia Garcia, Maxwell, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. V. Casados. 

42. Esther Hansen, Chico, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; W. H. Miller. 
Mary E. Rogers, Dedman, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

CURRY COUNTY. 

(L. C. Mersf elder, Clovis, Superintendent.) 

2. D. L. Adkins, Texico, Prof., $112.50, 8 mos.; K. W. Jones. 
D. L. Adkins, Texico, Prof., $112.50, 8 mos. 

Mrs. M. A. Todd, Texico, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Edna King, Texico, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

3. Deatron Campbell, Clovis, Prof., $60, 9 mos.; R. B. House. 

4. Oscar Willmon, Clovis, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; Mrs. Gertrude Winter. 

5. T. E. Willmon, Clovis, 1st, $50, 8 mos.; K. V. Statts. 
Maybelle Davis, Clovis, 1st, $45, 8 mos. 

6. Abe L. Cox, Jr., Clovis, 1st, $56, 5 mos.; Jno. F. Bell. 

7. J. H. Kays, Texico, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; W. W. Hungate. 
Zuella Cook, Texico, 2nd, $40, 5 mos. 

8. Virgil Davis, Texico, 2nd, $45, 7 mos.; Monroe Lee. 

9. Ada Lively, Clovis, 3rd, $45, 6 mos.; C. P. Hileman. 

11. R. I. Duke, Clovis, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; J. N. Walker. 

12. H. M. Pile, Melrose, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Dr. J. D. Lynch. 
R. A. Crawford, Melrose, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

Ida M. Stuart, Melrose, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

13. Chas. F. Bieler, Texico, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Jesse L. Jones. 

14. Minnie Monday, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. McQuality. 
16. P. A. Grove, Melrose, Prof., $60, 7 mos. ; M. B. Brady. 

20. C. C. Ford, Havener, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; W. H. Eshelman. 

21. C. J. Shoup, St. Vrain, 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; W. C. Tharp. 
Fred Ohr, North School, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

23. Leila Brown, Melrose, 1st, $50. 5 mos.; R. A. Crenshaw. 

25. Stella Reed, Melrose, 2nd, $45, 7 mos.; M. C. Firestone. 

27. Mrs. D. I. Barnett, Clovis, 2nd, $50, 7 mos; W. C. Garrison. 

28. Cassie Monday, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; G. W. Ryle. 

30. Leota Easton, Melrose, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; W. M. Nevins. 

31. Mrs. R. A. Crawford, Melrose, 2nd, $60, 10 mos.; S. F. Allen. 

33. Abe L. Cox, Jr., Clovis, 1st, $56. 5 mos.; J. A. Matthews. 

34. Bessie Trimble, Claud, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; W. A. Kennedy. 
36. Wessie Jones, Havener, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; J. D. Weathers. 

40. W. E. Charlton, Claud, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; Miss Curtis Boyd. 

41. W. J. Matthews, Texico, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; J. F. Curry. 



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Anna Wisemann, Texico, 2nd, |50, 5 mos. 

42. Ethel Forbes, Clovis, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; M. E. Weis. 

43. J. L. Moore, Clovis, 1st, $55. 7 mos.; J. E. Westfall. 

44. C. D. Sims, Ard, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Whitfield. 

45. Pearl Wise, Murdock, 3rd $40, 5 mos.; Jess Metcalf, (Ard>. 

46. Grace LaRue, Field, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; G. W. Callaway. 

47. Annie Thomas, Field, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; R. H. Davis. 

49. Mrs. Lena Maxwell, Grady, 1st, $60, 8 mos. ; Fred Fitzgerald^ 

50. Lulah Williams, Grady, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; Fred DeOlivaere. 
52. Mrs. A. A. Watson, Hollene, 2nd, $75, 5 mos.; J. T. Stout. 

54. A. M. Singleterry, Texico, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. H. Musick. 

55. Wilson Davis, Texico, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Geo. McLean. 

58. Mrs. A. A. Watson, Hollene, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; C. D. Sorrows. 

59. Mrs. Alma Hollis, Grady, 2nd, $56, 5 mos.; H. J. Kiehling,, 
(Hollene). 

60. Bertha Snelson, Grady, 1st, $45, 5 mos.; W. C. Erwin. 

61. Delia Holding, Grady, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; C. A. Grau.. 

63. Mrs. Alma Hollis, Grady, 2nd, $56, 5 mos.; J. T. Trapp,_ 
(Bell View). 

64. Wilson Davis, Hollene, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; A. E. Rose. 

65. H. T. Miller, Hollene, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Jno. Northcutt. 

66. Nellie Miller, Hollene, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; E .Witherspoon. 

57. Gladys Hamilton, Legansville, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Geo. H., 
Powell . 

68. Gladys Hamilton, Cameron, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; J. H. Helsley. 

DONA ANA COUNTY. 

(F. M. Haynes, Las Cruces, Superintendent.) 

1. Annie Cumbee, Dona Ana, Prof., $75. 7 mos.; Domingo Costales^ 
Elenora Cumbee, Dona Ana, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 

Lucile Mandell, Hill, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

2. Fannie French, Las Cruces, Prof., $80, 9 mos.; Mary ConifCe.. 
Gladys Nesbitt, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Wm. H. Sloan, Las Cruces, $75, 9 mos. 

Beth Foster, Las Cruces, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

Ophelia Koelle, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Maude Dusenbury, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Anabel Cushman, Las Cruces, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 

L. Kate Hanley, Las Cruces, $60, 9 mos. 

Rhoda Reeves, Las Cruces, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

Alice B. Fulghum, State College, 1st, $62.50. 9 mos. 

Alma Norviel, Las Cruces, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 

Edith Burke, Las Cruces, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 

Jessie Laurence, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Edith Gregg, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Mary J. Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Louise Buell, Las Cruces, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 

Iva Engleright, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

May Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Louise Trahey, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Bertha Mandell, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 



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R. W. Twining, Supt., Prof., $1,700 (annual salary), 12 mos. 

3. Rhoda C. Elliott, Rincon, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; J. H. Knight. 

4. Eulalia Ogaz, Salem, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; T. A. Lopez. 

5. Wm. P. Tutwiler, La Mesa, 2nd, $70, 6 mos.; E. C. Richard. 
Pearl E. Lyles, La Mesa, 1st, $65, 6 mos. 

Katie Herron, La Mesa, 2nd, $55, 6 mos. 

6. Dorothy Esterbrook, Telles, 1st, $75, 9 mos. • R. Martinez. 
Ruth J. Hyland, Telles, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

Grace R. Hyland, Telles, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

7. E. Phidelia Sears, Chamberino, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Oscar B.Wood. 
Chloe Hampson, Chamberino, 2nd, $55, 6 mos. 

10. Marian E. Kyle, Rodey, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; A. S. Abeyta. 
Naomi Wytcherley, Rincon, Per., $50, 9 mos. 

11. Nellie Wytcherley, Rincon, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; G. Carreras. 

12. Mary L. Woodson, Las Cruces, Prof., $85, 9 mos.; J. F.. 
Wilkinson. 

May Forwood, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Sadie Hankins, Mesilla, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Amelia Forwood, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. F. McClernon, Las Cruces, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

13. Ezra Stemple, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $85, 9 mos.; J. H. Wallace.. 
Jessie Mandell, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

Willie Cannon, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Carmen Burt, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Vera Lewis, Canutillo, Tex., 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

A. B. Stemple, Anapra, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

14. Mrs. W. A. Graham, Organ, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; E. D. Shipe. 

16. Allen Crotchett, Anthony, 1st, $90, 7 mos.; A. Goodloe. 
Bessie Emerson, Anthony, 1st, $75, 7 mos. 

Maria Lopez, Anthony, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

17. Susye Gillespie, Berino, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. Carl Price. 
Abbie Kilgore, Berino, 2nd, $65, 6 mos. 

21. Clara B. Lee, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; John Engler. 
28. Aurelia Baumeister, Mesilla Park, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; W. S. 
Gilliam. 

Jessie Locke, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

Lydia Williams, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

Grace Buell, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

19. C. E. Fenton, Garfield, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; N. S. Apodaca. 

EDDY COUNTY. 

(A. E. Bailey, County Superintendent.) 
1. Mrs. A. A. Kaiser, Carlsbad, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Mrs. W. W. 
Galton. 

Fern Foster, Carlsbad, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

3. Edna Johnson, Carlsbad, 3 yrs., $50, 8 mos.; W. A. Forehand.. 

4. Mrs. M. Pearce, Carlsbad, 1st, $55, 8 mos.; Frank Stetson. 

5. T. J. Hollman, Queen, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Lee Middleton. 

6. Winnie Morton, Carlsbad, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; M. W. Kilbore. 

7. Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Lakewood, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; Dr. E. S. Furay.. 

B. E. Penix, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 



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Joan Stapleton, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Carrie Learned, Lakewood, 1st, $45, 7 mos. 

Naoma Sassin, Oriental, 2nd, $40, 6 mos. 

8. Clias. Reukauf, Hope, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; N. L. Johnson. 

F. D. Ingram, Hope, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Joan Ballantyne, Hope, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Jewell Densford, Hope, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Mrs. Jennie -Wright, Hope, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Celia Henrichsen, Hope, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

10. H. G. Howard, Loving, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; C. Wallis. 
Mrs. H. G. Howard, Loving, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Eleanor Fanning, Loving, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Nanie Farrell, Loving, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

11. Orah Holley, Malaga, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; C. W. Beeman. 
Georgia Cook, Malaga, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Effie Rudine, Malaga, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

12. B. F. Kaiser, Dayton, 5 yrs., $95, 9 mos.; M. B. Culpepper. 
Mrs. B. F. Kaiser, Dayton, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Frankie Wailes, Dayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Lizzie Wailes, Dayton, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

13. C. L. White, Carlsbad, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; J. O. Wersells. 

14. J. C. Estlaek, Monument, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Harry Gaither. 

17. W. P. Runnels, Artesia, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; H. C. Lawyer. 
Bertha Speck, Artesia, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

18. Ora Manning, Knowles, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. W. Mosley. 

20. J. M. Mann, Pearl, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; W. J. Pruit. 

21. Mrs. Gertrude McCurry, Hobbs, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; E. D. 
Kornegay. 

Etta Crowder, Monument, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

22. Mrs. J. T. Auburg, Knowles, 2nd, $75, 6 mos.; L. O. Tomlinson. 
Georgia Witt, Knowles, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

23. R. R. James, Lovington, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; R. F. Love. 
Rebecca Graham, Lovington, 1st, $70, 8 mos. 

Mae Pendleton, Lovington, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 
Delia Vawter, Lovington, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

24. ■ Edith Davis, Eunice, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; W. P. Walden. 
Mrs. Eva Harris, Eunice, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

G. R. Spencer, Eunice, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

25. Ila Eppes, Lovington, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; John Moffatt. 

26. Ida Killough, Monument, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jim Moreland. 

27. George Threlkeld, Artesia, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Jas Sharp. 
Mamie White, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

Freda Marlanee, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

28. Mabel Austin, Monument, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. V. Linam. 

GRANT COUNTY.* 

(Isabel Lancaster Eckles, Silver City, County Superintendent.) 
1-1. Clyde Crotchett, Central, 1st, $90, 8 mos.; Thos. Foy. 
Elizabeth Preckman, Central, Prof., $65, 8 mos. 
Jean Walker, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

2-1 & 3. Mrs. C. W. T. Reynolds, Fort Bayard, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 
W. A. Casper. 

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1-2. Ruth Broadhead, Pinos Altos, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; Mrs. J. L. 
Rollins. 

Jewel Dodgen, Pinos Altos, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 

1-3. W. B. McFarland, Silver City, Prof., $180, 10 mos.; Chas. 
Holson. 

Mary Gill, Silver City, Prof., $90, 10 mos. 

Alma Boone, Silver City, Prof., $84, 10 mos. 

Marguerite Foote, Prof., $72, 10 mos. 

Sadie Hoy, Silver City, Prof., $78, 10 mos. 

Hazel Hopkins, Silver City, Prof., $72, 10 mos. 

Karina Asmus, Silver City, 1st, $95, 10 mos. . 

Leonore Thwaits, Silver City, Prof., $66, 10 mos. 

Omah Johnson, Silver City, Prof., $72, 10 mos. 

Winifred Smith, Silver City, $80, 10 mos. 

Harriett Hagen, Silver City, $85, 10 mos. 

1-4. Carolyn Beals, Dwyer, Prof., $75, 9 mos.; Macedonio Torres. 

1-5. Agnes Cumbee, San Lorenzo, 1st, $70, 6 mos.; G. L. Galaz. 

2-5. Mrs. Maud A. Fielder, Lorenzo; Prof., $65, 5 mos.; Florencio' 
Heredia. 

3-5. Teel, (no teacher yet) ; A. McGregor. 

4-5. Fay Horton, Santa Rita, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; Juan Serna. 

1-6. Mary Hamilton, Rodeo, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; O. V. Smith. 

2-6. Rodeo (no teacher yet) •_ James Wells. 

3-6. Mrs. Mary Fulbright, Cloverdale, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; W. R. 
Hughes. 

1-7. A. M. Roberts, Cliff, 1st, $70, 8 mos, T. J. Shelley. 

2-7. Ethan Wright, Gila, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; A. L. Clark. 

3-7. Elsie Cureton, Cliff, Prof., $50. 5 mos.; W. S. Littlefield. 

1-8. Elsie Durham, Duncan, Ariz., Per., $50, 8 mos, W. F. Foster. 

2-8. Henry Flury, Franklin, Ariz., 1st, $65, 6 mos.; Esther Merrill. 

1-9. Mrs. D. F. Sellards, Steins, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. D. B. Smith. 

1-9 & 20. Capitola Robertson, Steins, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; M. B. 
Keithly. 

1-10. George H. Webb, Hachita, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; T. J. Brown. 

Marietta M. Webb, Hachita, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

1-10 & 18. Alice Krebaum, Hachita, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; T. J, 
Lard, Sr. 

1-11. Lulu B. Luckey, Fierro, Prof., $85, 9 mos.; E. L. Pack. 

Glenn Phillips, Fierro, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

1-12. Jeanette Elder. 

2-12. Inez F. L. Huff, Mimbres, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; Chas. Harris. 

1-13. Lizzie R. Young, Hanover, Prof., $85, 9 mos.; F. D. Rivera. 

2-13. Alice Attebery, Santa Rita, Prof., $100, 9 mos.; H. J. 
Robinson. 

Ora Malugen, Santa Rita, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Laura Murcheson, Santa Rita, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Jessie Sprague, Santa Rita? 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Harriett Loud, Santa Rita, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Anna Moon, Santa Rita, $80, 9 mos. 

1-14. Ruth Johnson, Red Rock, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; A. B. Conner. 

1-15. Katie Scarborough, Brockman via Hachita, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; 
Jas. Maloney. 



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1-17. Marguerite Kull, Cliff, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; Max Moss. 

1-18. B. F. Greathouse, Animas, 2nd, $75, 7 mos. • S. R. Dunagan. 

Jewel Dunagan, Animas, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

Grace Powe, Playas, Prof., $60, 5 mos. 

1-20. Bessie May, Lordsburg, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; J. R. Ownby. 

Inez Wright, Lordsburg, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Nina Roberts, Lordsburg, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Kathryn Thwaits, Lordsburg, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 

Elizabeth Gammon, Lordsburg, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

1-21. T. C. Hollowell, Jackson, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; W. S. Baker. 

1-22. Mary Lee, Leopold, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; E. M. Sayer. 

Bessie Comer, Leopold, Prof., $70, 8 mos. 

Penelope Laughlin, Tyrone, Prof., $70, 8 mos. 

1-23. Fortunata Guerrero, Oden, Prof., $75, 8 mos.; Juan Valencia. 

2-23. Walter Cleveland, S warts, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; J. A. Dominguez. 

3-23. Roscoe Wykoff, Sherman, Per., $50, 5 mos.; R. F. Stovall. 

1-24. Hattie Colson, Whitewater, Prof., $75, 8 mos.; H. A. Smith. 

1-25. Mary Metcalfe, White Signal, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.; J. J. 
McDonald. 

1-26. Aubrey B. Carter, Hurley, Prof., $90, 9 mos.; C. E. Der- 
byshire. 

Eugenia Herber, Hurley, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Myrtle Dunn, Hurley, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Sallie Eckard, Hurley, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

GUADALUPE COUNTY. 

(J. V. Gallegos, Santa Rosa, County Superintendent.) • 

1. Juan C. Romero, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Morelos. 
Eleuterio Baca, Antonchico, Prof., $60, 5 mos. 

2. Bessie Spann, Antonchico, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Abercrombe. 
May Winn, Antonchico, 2nd., $60, 5 mos. 

3. S. M. Sanchez, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose N. Garcia. 
Rosalia Marquez, Dilia, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

4. Teofile Massie, Dilia, 2nd, $70, 5 mos.; Florentero Perea. 
Etta Archuleta, Dilia, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

5. Max Gallegos, Colonias, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Marcos Urbano. 
G. U. Martinez, Colonias, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

6. Ignacio Mares, Cuervo, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. • Joe Holbrook. 
L. R. Haight, Cuervo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. I. V. Gallegos, Newkirk, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; J. P. Aragon, Jr. 

8. R. E. Galloway, Santa Rosa, 1st, $90, 8% mos.; Geo. H. Smith. 
Rose M. Williams, Santa Rosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Hazel M. Stearns, Santa Rosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Enriqueta Lucero, Santa Rosa, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. G. R. Elliott, Santa Rosa, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Prof. T. Russell, Santa Rosa, 1st, $95, 9 mos. 

Olive Smith, Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Juan Clancy, Puerto de Luna, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Antonio J. 
Valverde. 

10. Albinita Page, Puerto de Luna, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Morten 
Zamora. 



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€arolina Clancy, Puerto de Luna, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

11. S. C. Gonzales, Elvira, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Carson. 
Miss F. R. Baca, Elvira, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

12. W. H. Highsmith, Yeso, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; J. H. O'Connor. 

13. J. G. Garcia, Alamo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Cruz Sanchez. 

14. Louis G. Duran, Santa Rosa, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. ; Teodoro Madrid. 
Mrs. Sofia Sanchez, Santa Rosa, Per., $50, 3 mos. 

15. Sadie Pippin, Pintada, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Joaquin Gutierrez. 
Liborio Baca, Pintada, Per., $50, 3 mos. 

16. Lillian O'Connor, Puerto de Luna, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; Amado 
l^ieto. 

17. Rebecca Jasper, Buchanan, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; B. R. Deavors. 

18. Antonio Sandoval, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Asencion L. Sanora. 

19. Estanislado Silva, Riddle, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Saturnino San- 
doval. 

20. Prof. W. H. Lowry, Fort Sumner, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; F. C. Baker. 
C. D. Showalter, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $70-, 9 mos. 

Jennie Davis, Fort Sumner, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Dora Nuckles, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $55, 8 mos. 

21. G. T. Wise, Ruth, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. Sooter. 

22. A. L. Foster, Los Tanos, 1st, $65, 8 'mos.; A. C. Davis. 

23. Mrs. C. B. Garcia, Santa Rosa, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Diego 
Valverde. 

24. Mrs. N. S. Hinojos, Pintada, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Julian Montoya. 

25. B. Costillo, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Florencio Segura. 

26. Wood Middleton, Potrillo, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Z. T. Crawford. 

27. A. A. Chavez, Alamo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; H. C. Clunch. 

28. Nannie O'Connor, Montoya, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; W. W. Swain. 

29. Agnes Horn, Cuervo, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; J. H. Sasley. 

30. L. C. Mahama Ricardo, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; J. N. Line. 

31. Elias S. Silva, Fort Sumner, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose C. Pacheco. 

32. Edd Huff, Potrillo, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. ; W. A. Buchanan. 

33. Nora Wagoner, West Vaughn, 1st, $55, 9 mos.; N. F. Grubb. 
Thomas M. Spriggs, West Vaughn, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Lillie R. Spriggs, West Vaughn, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

34. Arthur Edwards, Taft, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; R. E. Lallen. 

35. S. C. Burnett, Fort Sumner, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; W. M. Chapman. 

36. Gertrude Lyle, Haile, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Joe Tuck. 

37. Roy A. Wiley, Santa Rosa, 1st, $65, 5 mos.; G. W. Mehrens. 

38. Mrs. Livonia Kelly, Cuervo, 2nd, $75, 5 mos.; Vivian Duran. 

39. Amelia Turner, East Vaughn, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; E. C. Sims. 
Mary A. Stephens, East Vaughn, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

Moises Sanchez, East Vaughn, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

40. Annie Sena, Guadalupe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Leandro Casados. 

41. Miss F. A. Ortiz, Montoya, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; B. L. Benavides. 

42. Minnie Baker, Taft, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. H. Gasper. 

43. No teacher employed, Ricardo; Mrs. Ida Finley. 

44. F. L. Farmer, Taft, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Nappier. 

45. Fannie Highsmith, Fort Sumner, 1st, $50, 8 mos.; A. G. 
Deckerman. 

Luke Jackson, La Lande, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

46. Willeta Lawrence, Santa Rosa, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; A. C. Ortega. 



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47. Francisco Bustamente, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Trini- 
dad Sanchez. 

48. F. D. Sanchez, Santa Rosa, 3rd, |50, 5 mos.; Espideon 
Garcia. 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 

(Mrs. W. L. Gumm, Carrizozo, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. F. Davis, Lincoln, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; J. P. Romero. 
Bernice Barber, Lincoln, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

Agnes Baca, Lincoln, 3rd, $45, 6 mos. 
Vivian Hall, Lincoln, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 

2. Mrs. G. de Nisson, San Patricio, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Frank Chavez.. 

3. L. T. Ward, Ruidoso, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; F. E. Miller. 

4. Mrs. Geo. Oliver, Picacho, 1st, $85, 8 mos. ; W. E. Kimbrell. 

5. Glencoe; Felipe Sanchez. 

6. J. E. Koonce, Capitan, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; Adonio Montoya. 
Mrs. Emma Craddock, Capitan, 2nd, $55, 6 mos. 

7. Andrew McCurdy, Carrizozo, 1st, $110, 9 mos.; P. M. Johnson., 
Mrs. Ethel V. Jevv^ett, Carrizozo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Maude L. Blaney, Carrizozo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Nora Massie, Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Miss L. B. Spellman, Carrizozo, Prof., $85, 9 mos. 
Mamie Humphrey, Carrizozo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

8. Miss Callie Thompson, White Oaks, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; A. N,. 
Price. 

Beulah Brazel, White Oaks, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

9. Miss E. B. Ferrell, Nogal, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; Lute Skinner. 

10. J. E. Koonce, San Patricio, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; Hijinio Lucero. 

11. Mrs. G. de Nisson, Nogal, 1st, $55, 6 mos.; O. C. Davis. 

12. J. F. Davis, Angus, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Fred Plingston. 
D. M. Barker, Corona, 1st, 9 mos. 

13. Mrs. D. W. Joiner, Corona, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; J. L. Jones. 
Donnie Franks, Corona. 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

Miss Theo Richardson, Holloway, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

14. Edith C. Tickner, Rabenton, Prof., $65, 9 mos.; Augustin. 
Chavez. 

15. Geo. E. Card-well, Alto, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. W. Slack. 

16. Miss Fannie Winn, Parsons, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Rice. 

17. Mrs. S. R. Moss, Arabela, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; Leondor Gutierrez.. 

18. Capitan, (no teacher yet) ; Manuel Zamora. 

19. Leah Ketchum, Oscuro, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; E. F. Jones. 
Gladys Organ, Oscuro, Per., $50, 9 mos. 

20. S. W. Kelsey, Hondo, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; Robt. Brady. 

21. W. P. Robinett, Ancho, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; S. R. Woods. 
Mrs. Edna C. Burnett, Ancho, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

22. S. R. Moss, Meek, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; J. A. Lafferty. 
25. Gertrude Keller, Alto, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Roland Box. 

28. Chas. L. Schreck, Capitan, Prof., $22, 5 mo., L. R. York.. 
Mrs. Emma Craddock, Capitan, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 
C. H. Thomason, Capitan, 1st, $20, 5 mos. 
Rachel Livingston, Capitan, 1st, $25, 5 mos. 
Velma White, Capitan, 1st, $65, 5 mos. 



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Chas. L. Schreck, Capitan, Prof, $111.33 1-3, 9 mos. 

C. H. Thomason, Capitan, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Rae Snow, Capitan, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Rachel Livingston, Capitan, 1st, $45, 9 mos. 

32. S. R. Moss, Arabela, 2nd, $70, 6 mos.; L. Pacheco. 

33 G. G. Crichett, Tinnie, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; A. W. Purcell. 

35 Edith H. Wells, Glencoe, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; W. T. Coe. 

43 G E Cardwell, Jicarilla, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; E. E. Wilson. 



LUNA COUNTY. 



(Grace G. Goebel, Deming, County Superintendent.) 
1 J B Taylor, Deming, Prof., $200, 9 mos.; O. H. Cooper. 
S. J. Daley, Deming, Prof., $100, 9 mos.; J. M. Barracks. 
O. W. Pausch, Deming, Prof., $85, 9 mos. 
Edna A. Poe, Deming, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Esther Livingston, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Alice Fern, Donaldson, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
F. G. Davis, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Josie Goodding, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Martha Ede, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Alle Stecker, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Marguerite J. Goebel, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Rhynette Trowbridge, Deming, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Freda Scott, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Emogene Kaiser, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Atilana Marrufo, Deming, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Violet Bonham, Deming, Prof., $85, 9 mos. 
Charlotte Gauss, Dmeing, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Alice Smith, Deming, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Edna Watson, Deming, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Gertrude Klotz, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Bessie Bodyfield, Deming, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Victoria Evans, Deming, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 
Una Bedichek, Deming, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
2. Olive W. Bell, Faywood, Prof., $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. Jas.. Colson. 

3 Mabel Kelly, Cooks, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; Frank Tustin. 

4 Reta Hanner, Cooks, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Geo. L. Grover. 

5. Mrs. R. L. Parker, Columbus, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; N. J. Yarbrough. 

Ida Breeding, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mary Page, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

6 John S. Wright, Carne, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; J. R. Smyer. 

1. Mrs. S. C. Pierce, Hermanas, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; Mrs. M. E. Gregg. 

8. Rebekah CofRn, Hondale, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.; M. F. Akers. 
Hazel Wykoff, lola, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

Susie Mott, lola. Per., $50, 8 mos. 

Elcie D. Crotchett, Mountainview, 1st, $55, 8 mos. 

Stella Crotchett, Deming, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

9. Leah Hutchison, Columbus, 1st, $60, 9 mos. ; Chas. Heath. 
Frank F. Nickell, Columbus, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

10 J. H. Clark, Cambray, 1st, $90, 8 mos.; L. R. Kline. 

11 Beryle Long, Myndus, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; B. J. Brewster. 



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4. Molly Murray, Carne, Per., $50, 5 mos. or more; G. L. Grover.. 

Miss Murray is drawing $20 per month from District No. 4 and 
is paid $30 in subscriptions from patrons, making her monthly 
salary $50 per month. She teaches at Florida Station in District 
No. — . 

McKINLEY COUNTY. 

(W. D. Cornell, Gallup, County Superintendent.) 
2. Annie Barker, Gibson, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; D. H. Somerville. 
Ruby Floyd, Gibson, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 
Jennie Morse, Gibson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Mrs. E. Morse, Heaton, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Louise J. Brown, Heaton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

3-4. E. C. McLaughlin, Gallup, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; L. N. Cary. 
C. G. Welsh, Gallup, 1st, $122 2-9, 9 mos. 
Jennie L. Edson, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Mabel Miller, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Nell Livingston, Gallup, 1st, $95, 9 mos. 
Ethel Rogers, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Myrtle Pride, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Elenor Quick, Gallup, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Grace Barker, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Lillian Winders, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Bernice Adams, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Lulu Anderson, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ida Haldeman, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Lillian Franzen, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Helen Akers, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Supt. W. L. Bishop, Gallup, 1st. 

6. (No school yet), Thoreau; R. H. Elkington. 

7. Miss Randolph, Guam, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; A. J. Bemis. 

8. Bertha Bolsom, Page, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; N. A. Ross. 

9. Theo. Martineau, Ramah, 1st, $90, 8 mos.; F. G. Nielson. 
Ethel Hawkins, Ramah, Per., $40, 8 mos. 

MORA COUNTY. 

(Manuel Madrid, Mora, County Superintendent.) 

1. Sister J. Frances, Mora, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; M. Velasques. 
Sister Doloritas, Mora, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

Sister Leontine, Mora, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Reyes Romero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 
Emma Strong, Mora, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

2. Luciano Lucero, Cleveland, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Luciano Maes. 
Eugenio Romero, Cleveland, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. Bersabe Romero, Guadalupita, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Miguel Rivera. 

4. Clara Ecshliman, Shoemaker, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; Mrs. E. Murphy. 

5. Bias Gallegos, La Cueva, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Bonifacio Abeyta. 
Abeyta . 

Roman Valdez, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

6. Agustin Vigil, Ledoux, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Garcia. 



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7. Mary Tipton, Watrous, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Margarita Cordova. 

8. John Florence, Ocate, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Cacimiro Gonsalez. 

9. Roberto Cruz, Holman, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. • Samuel Hurtado. 

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10. Mrs. S. P. Sanchez, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Marcelo Montoya. 
Jl. Dora Wierman, Watrous, 1st, $75, 8mos.; Antonio Trujillo. 
Alice Underwood, Watrous, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

12. W. O. Evans, Wagon Mound, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; J. R. Aguilar. 
Lucile Taylor, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Josephine Young, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Sussie Connell, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 
Lola Medina, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 
Maclovia Medina, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 
D. Gracia J. Davis, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

13. Emma Ecshliman, Levy, 1st, $55, 6 mos.; Thomas Kyler. 

14. Emilia Salazar, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Eutimio 
Sandoval. 

15. D. Quintana, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan B. Lopez. 

16. Jose G. Leyba, Chacon, 3rd, $48, 5 mos.; Margarito Romero. 

17. J. J. Romero, Mora, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan E. Valdez. 

18. Albino Maes, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio Chavez. 

19. Mrs. Inez Robb, Watrous, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. N. Trujillo, 

20. Virginia McClure, Mills, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; J. M. Maestas. 

21. Harriet Martinez, Naranjos, 2nd, $70, 7 mos.; Todocio Leal. 

22. Seb. Esquibel, Quadalupita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. J. Borrego. 

23. Max. Rivera, Guadalupita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Eligio Sisneros. 
Aurelia Ortiz, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

24. Ida F. Ross, Solano, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; F. M. Hughes. 
Ethel B. Crull, Solano, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

25. Juan B. Pacheco, Chacon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jos,e Garcia. 

26. Alfredo Lucero, Chacon, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; Porfirio Garcia. 

27. Carlos Rodarte, Gascon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Margarito Martinez. 

28. Pablo V. Lovato, Holman, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. • Felipe Cordova. 

29. Luis D. Ortega, Ledoux, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; Juan Olivas. 

30. Frances Baca, Mora, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; Narciso Fresquez. 

31. D. Pacheco, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Thomas Pacheco. 

32. L. K. Mitchell, Optimo, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; R. K. Odell. 
Constance Fenton, Optimo, 2nd, $55, 5 mos. 

33. Wm. G. Johnson, Roy, 1st, $85, 6 mos.; O. H. Kerns. 
Shirley Nutter, Roy, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

H. S. Brockman, Roy, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Blanche Kitchell, Roy, 2nd, $50, 4 mos. 
D. Ella Romine, Roy, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 
Grace V. Collins, Roy, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 
Phoebe Russell, Roy, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

34. (No school yet) ; Carmen Sandoval. 

35. C. B. Armstrong, Nolan, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Mrs. J. B. Crane. 

36. J. E. Russell, Mills, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; W. L. Brockman. 

37. Q. A. Martinez, Ocate, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Ramon Ortiz. 

38. Viola Mares, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan Vasquez. 

39. Claude Pacheco, Ledoux, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; R. Esquibel. 

40. Olga Nelson, Mills, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; F. E. Epps. 

41. Maud Elder, Roy, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Ben Stewart. 



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OTERO COUNTY. 

(R. S. Tipton, Alamogordo. County Superintendent.) 

1. C. D. George, Alamogordo. Prof., $150, 9 mos.; C. W. Morgan. 
Helen Higgason, Alamogordo, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 

Maud Hancock, Alamogordo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Carolyn Shotwell, Alamogordo. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Florence Jacobi, Alamogordo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Carrie Covington, Alamogorda, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Lena Eldridge, Alamogordo, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Eva Abbott, Alamogordo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Zane Ogden, Alamogordo, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Laura Smiser, Alamogordo. 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
May Pierce, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Alda Anglin, Alamogordo, Prof., $70. 9 mos. 
Rose Murphy, Alamogordo, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Francis Murphy, Alamogordo, Prof.. $65, 9 mos. 

2. H. D. Franklin. La Luz, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; J. E. Orr. 

3. Miss Evelyn Gore, Cienega, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Mrs. Elvira Baca. 

4. Mrs. Kate Livingston, Tularosa, Prof., $100, 8 mos.; C. A. 
Miller. 

Mrs. E. H. Sims. Tularosa, 1st, $60, S mos. 
Mrs. J. M. Blazer, Tularosa, Prof.. $60. 8 mos. 
Mrs. C. A. Miller, Tularosa, 2nd. $60, 8 mos. 
Pauline Bemis, Tularosa. 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Gladys Palmer, Tularosa, 1st, $60. 8 mos. 

5. Omar Barker, Tularosa. 1st. $60, 8 mos. 
Clare Koogler, Tularosa, 1st. $60, 8 mos. 

5. J. M. Helm, Mt. Park, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; J. M. Walker. 
Nina Mynatt. Mt. Park, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

6. (No teacher yet. Weed; J. R. Anderson. 

7. Phebe McAdams, Bent, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; H. B. Walters. 

8. (No teacher yet), Cloudcroft) ; Tom Charles. 

9. Carye Dean, Weed. 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; J. R. Ehart. 
Fredarica Greenberg, Salinas, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

11. R. S. White, Cloudcroft, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; J. 1. Bailey. 
Mrs. C. A. Redic, Cloudcroft, 1st. $75, 8 mos. 

12. Mrs. M. S. S. McKowen, Mayhill, 1st, $75, S mos; Jasper Scott. 
Ollie Wright, INIayhill, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

13. (No teacher yet). Weed,; Lee Green. 

14. (No teacher yet), Cloudcroft; C. O. Walker. 

15. J. E. Malone, Shamrock. 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Albert Edge. 

16. B. H. Kirk. Brice. 1st, $90, 9 mos.; Allen Culver. 
Mabel Culver, Brice, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

Pet Lamkin, Newman, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

17. (No teacher yet), Cloudcroft; L. L. Gross. 

18. (No teacher yet), Avis; F. H. Anderson. 

19. T. A. Windsor, Orange, 1st, 075. 6 mos. ; S. F. Lewis. 

20. Mrs. Ola Goforth. 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; W. L. Martin. 

21. Miss Callie Stalcup, Alamogordo, Per., $60, 5 mos.; J. N. 
Spillers. 

22. Eva Moffett, Orogrande, 1st. $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. Bulah Parrott. 



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23. Miss Blanche Anderson, Pinon, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; J. C. Rogers. 

24. T. B. Milton, La Luz, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; A. L. Winesett. 

25. Mrs. Estella Smith, Cienega, $60, 5 mos.; B. F. Wooten. 

26. (No teacher yet), Cloudcroft • J. A. Posey. 
(Those marked "No teacher yet" have summer terms.) 

QUAY COUNTY. 

(E. Pack, Tucumcari, County Superintendent.) 

2. Mrs. Marie Mauser, Revuelto, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Julian Blea. 

3. J. D. Buck, Endee, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; W. F. Phillips. 

4. Mary Monkres, Puerto, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Horace Woodard. 

5. Mary Miller, Quay, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; S. A. Lackson. 
Adine Spruce, Quay, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

6. Maude Cornett, Montoya, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; L. T. Jackson. 
Edna Link, Montoya, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

7. Goldie Troup, Hudson, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. B. Stephens. 

8. Eva Pearch, Tucumcari, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. A. Dodson. 

9. B. F. Wilson, Montoya, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; J. B. Bullard. 

10. C. G. Randall, Dodson, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. R. Potter. 

11. Willie Moyers, San Jon, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. W. Barratt. 

12. John P. Sweeza, Allen, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. T. Taylor. 

13. Elvia Walker, Montoya, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; T. F. Hunt. 

14. May Scarbrough, Loyd, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; A. S. Hickerson. 

15. P. H. Schoolfield, Hanley, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Arthur Gordon. 

16. Elizabeth Hicks, Tucumcari, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; James Rice. 

17. J. A. Loveall, Castlebery, 1st, $60, 6 mos. ;T. J. Sheppard. 

18. Lily Brinley, Tucumcari, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. M. M. Johnson. 

19. Mrs. J. R. Wall, House, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. C. Paschall. 

20. T. E. Hardin, Rana, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. S. Garcia. 

21. (No school yet), Loyd; W. W. Vanzant. 

27. Bell .Johnston, Bard City, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. B. Baker. 

28. S. V. Cissell, Hudson, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; R. P. Parker. 
Margareta Bell, Hudson, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

30. Maggie Jackson, Norton, Per., $50, 5 mos.; W. Haynes. 

31. Mrs. F. D. Pullen, Revuelto, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. A. Cannon. 

32. Troy Jenkins, Logan. 1st, $90, 8 mos.; J. E. Johnson. 
Delia Scheurich, Logan, 2nd, $70, 8 mos. 

33. W. F. Wall, Nara Visa, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; O. O. Gragg. 
Mrs. Henrietta Wall, Nara Visa, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Pearl Brown, Nara Visa, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Leman Whitaker, Nara Visa, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

George Bringle, Nara Visa, Per., $50, at discretion of board. 

34. James Atkins, San Jon, 1st, $50, 8 mos.; Z. T. McDaniel. 
Addie M. Elder, San Jon, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

36. Annie Hunnicutt, West, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; R. J. Darnell. 

37. Vester Lea, Harris, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; P. M. Ballinger. 

38. Mrs. W. F. Bonds, Quay, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Harry Whiteside. 

39. Flora J. Bell, Tucumcari, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; John Surguy. 
41. Essie CoiTey, Montoya, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; S. N. Calvert. 
46. Cleo Jackson, Castleberry, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Chas. Brown. 



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48. Alice Berry, House, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; L. M. Scarbrough. 

47. (No teacher yet), Grady; H. Rodgers. 

50. Bell Irving, Obar, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; G. D. Hammond. 
Jeanette Cracer, Obar, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

51. Lucille Woodward, Tucumcari, 1st, $50', 5 mos.; Mattie Conlin. 

52. J. B. Scarbrough, Jordon, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; H. L. Cox. 

53. (No teacher yet), Plain; A. J. Hall. 

54. Lucille Armstrong, McAlister, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; W. A. Runyan. 

55. T. I. Runyan, Looney, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; T. J. Moorman. 

56. Lula Lockard, House, 1st, $45, 5 mos.; V. L. Dancy. 

57. Catharyne Parker, Curry, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. R. Marsh. 

59. J. C. Williams, Hanley, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.- Miguel Tenoris. 

60. (No teacher yet). Kirk; A. W. Branson 

61. G. L. Hickey, McAlister, 2nd, $55, 5 mos., ^^. C. Lea. 

62. C. D. Sims, McAlister, 2nd, $25, 5 mos.; John Snider, 

63. Ida B. Peerson, Hassell, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; T. L. Jones. 

64. Jessie Marsh, Endee, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Murry. 

66. C. F. Mickey, Forest, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. P. Buttram. 

67. Ophia Cornett, Field, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; R. B. Bell. 

71. (No teacher yet), Rana; W. E. Martin. 

72. Mrs. James R. Mace, House, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. L. Ray. 

73. Mrs. W. V. Willis, Anistou. 1st, $60, 5 mos.; R. J. Smith. 

74. Grace L. Goe, Mineosa, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. M. Crawford. 
77. G. L. Hickey, Roosevelt, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; N. W. Jeter. 

79. Mary Monkres, Pleano, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. G. SummeralL 

80. (No teacher yet). Bard City; J. G. Pruett. 

81. Roy H. Smith, Murdock, 2nd, $55. 6 mos. ; C .A. Curtis. 
86. (No teacher yet), Endee, A. F. McDowell. 

83. Mary Baker, San Jon, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. E. Chresty. 

86. No teacher yet), Andee; A. F. McDowell. 

88. Mrs. Hilda Long, San Jon, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Harless. 

89. Oliver Keys, Lockney, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. M. Keyes. 
94. Ira Stemple, Tipton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; O. R. Johnson. 

97. Mrs. Roy H. Smith, Plain, 2nd. $60, 5 mos.; W. J. Hunton. 

98. Ethel Johann, Nara Visa, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; H. E. Haney. 

99. Lelah Martin, Porter, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. M. Goforth. 

100. Helen Parker, Obar, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. J. Nippert. 

103. Mary J. White, Rana, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. W. White, App. 

104. Rita McDaniel, Nara Visa, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; C. W. Kipler. 

105. J. S. Askins, Pleano, Per., $45, 5 mos.; Frank Frost. 

106. Mrs. Bertha McCulough, Canode, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; C. L. 
Powell. 

RIO ARRIBA COUNTY. 

(David Martinez, Jr., Velarde, County Superintendent.) 

1. Germinia Atencio, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. D. Rendon. 

2. Clotilde Ortiz, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. V. V. Martinez. 

3. N. ]\Iartinez, Chamita, Per., $48, 5 mos.; J. N. Sisneros. 
L. R. Broadwell, Chamita, Per., $49, 5 mos. 

4. Canuto Trujillo, Chimayo, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Abelino TrujillO'. 

5. Sophie A. Cordova, Truchas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. • I. Cordova. 



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E. Cordova, Truchas, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

6. M. Martinez, Cordova, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; S. Romero. 

7. Pedro Pacheco, Espanola, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; L. B. Prince. 

8. Teodora Lopez, Chamita, 3rd, $44, 5 mos.; E. Dominguez. 

9. Paul Gallegos, Ojo Caliente, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. Garcia. 
J. M. Quintana, Ojo Caliente, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

10. Thomas Rivera, El Rito, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Martin Lopez. 
llAmalia Martinez, Abiquiu, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; H. Grant. 

12. L. V. Chavez, Coyote, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Tom. Velasquez. 

13. Eli Martinez, Petaca, 2nd, $64, 5 mos.; N. Martinez. 

14. Levi Martinez, Vallecitos, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; D. Sanchez. 

15. Elena Garcia, Ortiz, Col., 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Max. Duran. 

16. G. De Vargas, Canjilon, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; M. Maldonado. 

17. V. Ulibarri, T. Amarilla, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; I. Ulibarri. 
H. Martinez, T. Amarilla, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

18. P. J. Martinez, Parkviek, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; L. Valdez. 
Z. Gallegos, Parkview, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

19. Arthur Carr, Chama, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; H. L. Hall. 
S. Edwards, Chama, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

L. Berkenhuer, Chama, Per., $50, 9 mos. 

20. D. Schafranka, Rinconada, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; R. Schafranka. 

21. Ursulo Ortiz, Lumberton, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; B. Montoya. 

22. Baltazar Quintana, Rosa, Per., $50, 5 mos.; M. S. Gallegos. 

23. W. J. Waffensmith, Chamita, Per., $50, 5 mos.; H. Gallegos. 

24. J. Salazar, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; F. Martinez.. 

25. J. M. Cordova, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. Garcia. 
J. S. Chavez, Chamita, Per., $"50, 5 mos. 

26. J. E. Arellano, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Pacheco. 

27. E. Ulibarri, T. Amarilla, Per., $50, 5 mos.; D. Trujillo. 

28. J. R. Eturriaga, Parkview, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; N. Abeytia. 

29. (No school yet), F. Lopez. 

30. P. F. Salasar, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. S. Salasar. 
S. Roibal, Chamita, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

31. F. Daniels, Monero, Per., $50, 5 mos.; E. Gomez. 

32. R. Atencio, Ojo Sarco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. G. Romero. 

33. Henry Guillen, Alcalde, Per., $40, 5 mos.; N. Sanchez. 

34. B. D. Trujillo, Alcalde, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. S. Lucero. 
35 .M. A. Esquivel, Cebolla, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; C. Valdez. 

36. J. G. Borrego, Chamita, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; C. Vigil. 

37. C. M. Romero, Lyden, Per., $50, 5 mos.; L. M. Sanchez. 

38. B. R. Martinez, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. Romero. 

39. J. C. Romero, T. Amarilla, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; F. Benavidez. 
J. N. Herrera, T. Amarilla, Per., $45, 3 mos. 

40. E. Martinez, Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan N. Valdez. 

41. T. Ortiz, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. C. Borrego. 

42. J. D. Martinez, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. Martinez. 

43. B. Rivera, La Madera, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; V. Griego. 

44. D. Trujillo, Petaca, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Gallegos. 

45. N. C. Fuller, Espanola, 1st, $70, 8 mos. ; L. F. Nohl. 
H. Pollard, Espanola, 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

46. F. Rodriguez, Gallina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; C. Jaques. 

47. Agustin Garcia, Chamita, Per., $50, 5 moc; A. Manzanares. 



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48. M. Sandoval, Ehpanola, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. N. Sanchez. 

49. J. G. Valdez, T. Amarilla, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Vict. Valdez. 

50. Ven. Serna, Chamita, 1st ,$60, 5 mos.; R. Herrera. 

51. Alice Cage, Tusas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. R. Prein. 

52. (No school yet); D. Madrid. 

53. M. De Vargas, El Rito, Per., $50, 5 mos.; M. Esquivel. 

54. J. M. Medina, Vallecitos, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Chacon. 

55. E. R. Martinez, Las Tablas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. A. Lobato. 

56. (No school yet) ; P. Martinez. 

57. Freda Ruff, Espanola, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. W. Halterman. 

58. F. Montoya, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. Lopez. 

59. Frances Jacquez, Gallina, Per., $50, 5 mos.; E. P. Jacquez. 

60. C. Jacquez, Gallina, Per., $50, 5 mos.; R. I. Moya. 

61. R. Garcia, Ortiz, Col., 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; J. C. Sisneros. 

62. M. Manzanares, Coyote, Per., $50, 5 mos.; D. E. Martinez. 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY. 

(Mrs. S. F. Culberson, Portales, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. S. Long, Portales, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; J. A. Fairly. 
P. B. Timmons, Portales, Prin., 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. A. J. Stevens, Portales, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
L. L. Brown, Portales, 1st, $65, 9 mos . 
Carrie Reese, Portales, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 
Jessie Farnan, Portales, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Mrs. W. F. Kenady, Portales, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Maude Wallace, Portales ,1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Ethel Crawford, Portales, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Mrs. G. L. Reese, Portales, Per., $50, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Altha Lewis, Portales, 3rd, $35, 9 mos. 

2. J. W. Russell, Elida, Prin., 1st, $85, 9 mos.- R. E. Tusha. 
J. W. Shock, Elida, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Pauline Anthony, Elida, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

J. A. Biles, Elida, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Montana L. Grinstead, Elida, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

3. F. A. Cooke, Texicc, ist, $75, 7 mos.; J. A. Moss. 

4. Effie Anderson, Portales, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. N. Wheeler. 

5. (No teacher yet), Floyd; W. R. Armitage. 

6. Bessie Young, Portales, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; J. W. Williams. 

7. Georgie Gilliam, Eiland, 3rd, $45, 8 mos.; W. O. Davis. 

9. J. H. Kelso, Tolar, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; A. E. Jeter. 
Vella Forrest, Tolar, 2nd, $40, 9 mos. 

10. R. A. Palm, Arch, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; R. W. B. Vencil. 

11. Mrs. C. H. Brown, Lacy, 1st, $40, 5 mos.; L. L. Wharton. 

13. Olive Swagerty, Portales, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; S. A. Crabb. 

14. R. F. Richardson, Elida, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Paxton. 

15. A. J. Stephens, Portales, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Frank Galloway. 

16. Gertie DuPoy, Elida, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. Todd. 

17. E. G. Taylor, Elida, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; H. P. Hordt. 

18. Ethel Holms, Elida, 2nd, $40, 7 mos.; A. D. Stowell. 

19. J. W. Taylor, Judson, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; A. W. Barker. 
24. Vertie Ashton, Portales, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. H. Martin. 



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26. (No school yet), Elida; Sid Beal. 

28 Irene Sanders, La Lande, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; R. G. Carty. 

30. W. Fremont Osborne, Taiban, Prof., $100, 9 mos. ; C. I. SpeigM. 

Mrs. Alex Ballatyne, Taiban, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Willie Mae Culberson, Taiban, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

33. Mrs. B. B. Nash, Rogers, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. ; W. T. Escue. 

Wesley Rogers, Longs, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; T. H. Long. 

A. R. Young, Garrison, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; E. D. Brown. 

J. A. Millsap, Mann, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Arthur Littlejohn. 

P. M. Fortner, Carter, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; H. C. Kachel. 

Lillian Marshall, Cramer, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. J. Burkett. 

(No school), Causy, 6 mos.; Lewis A. Little . 

Mrs. Mary D. Baker, Delphos, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; R. E. Mc- 



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Mrs. A. L. Wilson, Cromer, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Rushing. 
Mrs. Laura Stratton, Richland, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. B. Cares. 
J. D. Cyphers, Benson, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. A. Mathews. 
Ray Robbins, Delphos, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; R. T. Percy. 
Mrs. Ester Sage, Upton, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Oliver Gore. 
Edna Caldwell, Ingram ,2nd, $60, 5 mos.; L. K. Jones. 
W. L. Breithaupt, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; J. D. Payne. 
Ida Johnston, Floyd, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. F. Keeter. 
Mary Wilson, Red Lake, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. A. Lee. 

Minnie B. Forbs, Elida, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. J. Bell. 
A. L. Wilson, Cromer, 1st, 5 mos.; N. R. Blackard. 

(No teacher yet), Claudell, 5 mos.; D. F. Lamb. 

J W Harmon, Melrose, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; O. W. Miller. 

Minnie Ross, Nobe, 2nd, $40, 5 mos. ; H. M. Plummer. 

Mrs Zoe Morgan, Roosevelt, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Dryden. 

Beatrice Cooper, Kenna, 3rd, $35, 5 mos.; M. W. Garland. 

J. F. Kink, Dereno, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; D. W. Haga. 

Amelia Del Curto, Floyd, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; G. W. Blue. 

Sam J. Stinnett, Portales, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; L. J. Hazlewood. 

I. M. Elliott, Banks, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. C. Powell. 

E. B. Briston, Inez, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; E. P. Williams. 

Mrs. Ruby McCormick, Rogers, 3rd, $47.50, 7 mos.; C. F. 



Rhea Robbins, Charlotte, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; C. V. Mansfield. 

(No school yet), Claudell, 5 mos.; G. W. Dye. 

Wm. Schweikhard, Givens, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. T. Halford. 

Amy Bartlett, Elida, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; C. H. Sublette. 

Katharyn Parker, Tolar, 2nd, $52.50, 5 mos.; W. P. Witt. 

Mayme Sanders, Dereno, 3rd, $40, 7 mos.; R. A. Davis. 

Ann Bow, Inez, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; J. H. Carder. 

(No school yet). Canton; John Harper. 

Franklin Myers, Portales, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; T. F. Elkms. 

Marguette Patterson, Portales, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. A. 

Iva Crawford, Melrose, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; W. T. Brite. 
J W. Slone, Redland, 2nd, $45, 5 mos. ; J. H. Baugh. 
Bert Paxton, Red Lake, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; James Stinson. 
Lottie Smith, Melrose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Ernest Beck. 



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113. Marguerite Calloway, Portales, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; J. P. Voils- 

115. (No school), Redland, 5 mos.; W. H. Seefeld. 

116. Luclle Moore, Portales, 1st, $45, 7 mos.; M. M. Boone. 

SAN JUAN COUNTY. 

(J. L. G. Swinney, Aztec County, Superintendent.) 

1. Mrs. Eva Darrow, La Boca, Colo., 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Marselo- 
Lucero. 

2. Prin. Earl Douglas, Aztec, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; E. P. Wilson. 
Dessie Meyers, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Faith McMurray, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Evelyn Koke, Aztec, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Nelle Colett, Aztec, Per, $60, 9 mos. 
Ruth Jackson, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

3. Eula Scales, La Plata, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; N. A. Conger. 

4. Asa Martin, Kirtland, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; D. A. Christenson. 
Josie Foutz, Kirtland, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

5. Prin. L. B. Baughman, Farmingtoi, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; J. C.. 
Stann. 

F. M. Culberson, Farmington, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Edna Baughman, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Nell Clonch, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Bess Pennington, Farmington, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Lena Ricketts, Farmington, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Beulah Wright, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9mos. 

6. Mrs. K. McMaster, Bloomfield, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; Geo. Salmon.. 

7. Georgia Pinkerton, Blanco, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. C. Valdez. 

8. Gladys Taylor, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; A. E. Dustin. 

9. Grace Anderson, Cedar Hill, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; H. E. Rice. 

10. Kate Pound, Riverside, 2nd $60, 7 mos.; E. McDaniel. 

11. Bess Martin, Pendleton, 1st, $55, 6 mos.; John Schaaf. 

12. Edith Whitford, Cedar Hill, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; C. D. Taylor. 

13. Refugio Aragon, Blanco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Simon Martinez. 

14. Alice Kirk, Flora Vista, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; J. T. Townsend. 
Gail Bass, Flora Vista, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

15. Elizabeth Benton, Largo, 3rd, $45, 5 mos,; D. H. Selph. 

16. M. F. Fifield,. Aztec, 2nd, $65, 9 mos.; Mrs. H. A. Dudley^ 
(Rosing). 

17. Alice Devlin, Turley, Per., $50, 5 mos.; C. F. Jaquez. 

18. Esther Thomas, La Plata, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.; J. H. Crane. 

19. Amy Connelly, Allison, Colo., 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; A. B. KimbalL 

20. E. T. Israel, Liberty, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; J. K. Vaughan. 

21. Susetta Young, Blanco, Per., $45, 5 mos.; Camilo Torres. 

22. E. R. Greason, Fruitland, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; Mrs. Nora Clawson. 

23. R. C. Woods, Farmington, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; C. F. Holly. 

24. Mary McMichael, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Hippler. 

25. Lily Colton, Bloomfield, 2nd, $55, 7 mos.; M. McCormick. 

26. Francis Rice, Farmington, 1st, $45, 5 mos.; Pope Pipkin. 

27. Margaret Kirk, Blanco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. J. J. Archuleta. 

28. Amy Hutchin, Cedar Hill, 2nd. $50, 5 mos.; John Nutt. 

29. Anna Whitehead, Turley, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. T. Archuleta. 



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SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. 

(M. F. Desmarais, Las Vegas, County Superintendent.) 
3. Placida Baca, Las Vegas, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; Paustin Padilla. 

5. Sister Margaret, San Miguel, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; J. P. Moog. 
Sister Mary, San Miguel, 1st, $65, 3 mos. 

6. Josefita Garcia, Villanueva, 3rd; $50, 5 mos.; Porflrio Gallegos. 
Perfecto Gallegos, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

7. Chas. A. Quintana, Chapelle, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Albino Salazar. 

8. Francisco N. Baca, Ribera, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Placido Rivera. 

9. J. U. Lucero, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. ^ Francisco S. Montoya. 

10. R. R. Champion, Onava, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; J. W. Cravi^ford. 
Sadie Kirkhuff, Los Alamos, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

Lucy M. Floyd, Onava, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

11. Carlota Mares, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Pedro Lucero. 

12. Julia Herrera, Rociada, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Rafael Garcia. 

13. Alejandro Flores, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Nicacio Ortiz. 
Miguel A. Guerin, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

15. Dionicio Trambley, Trujillo, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Sixto Trujillo. 

17. I. V. Lujan, Rociada, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Faustin Silva. 

18. Agustin M. Duran, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Filadelfo 
Marquez. 

19. Eloisa Hidalgo, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Elizardo Gonzales. 

20. Amelia S. Delgado, Chaperito, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Isidoro A. 
Rivera. 

Herculano Garcia, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

21. Rita Varela, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose C. Rivera. 
Nemecio Rivera, Pecos, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

23. Guadalupe Hidalgo, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Leocadio 
Salaz. 

24. Luisa Ulibarri, Chapelle, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Basilio Griego. 

25. Eloisa Baca, Las Vegas, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; Bonifacio Baca. 

26. Virginia Naranjo, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio M. 
Romero. 

27. Margarita R. Gonzales, Tecolote, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; Jose 
Lobato. 

Sabina Gonzales, Tecolote, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

28. Ramon Duran, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jacobo Garcia. 

29. Isabel C. Leyba, Leyba, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Canuto Leyba. 

30. Apolonio Sena, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Fred Allemand. 

31. Julia Kavanaugh, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 m'os. : Jose Montoya. 

32. Annie Breen, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. ; Rumaldo Gomez. 
Rosendo Ortiz, Mineral Hill, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

33. Helena Montoya, Tecolote, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felipe Maes. 

34. Joaquin Ortega, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Elijio Roibal. 

35. Daniel S. Madrid, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Hilario Mon- 
tano, (Tecolote). 

36. Ramon M. Trujillo, Sanchez, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Ramon A. 
Trujillo. 

37. Andrea Silva, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

Alice Kier, E. Las Vegas, 1st, $55, 8 mos.; E. S. Crooks. 

38. George H. Buxton, Buxton, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Juan D. Martinez. 



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40. Tomas A. Medina, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Anastacio Herrera. 

41. Presiliana Mares, Sena, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan D. Gonzales. 

42. Florentino Montoya, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Eugenio 
Montauo. 

43. Anna Stephenson, Isidore, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; B. A. Encinias. 

44. Guillermo Ortiz, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos; Bonifacio Lu- 
ceroy Jiron. 

47. Josefita Gallegos, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Octavio Sandoval. 

48. Alejandro Fresquez, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Placido Armijo. 

49. Anna S. Chacon, Las Vegas, 3rd, $60, 8 mos.; Lorenzo Leal. 

50. Hilario Aragon, Antonchico, 3rd, $47.50, 5 mos.; Jose A. 
Lucero. 

55. Sister Mary De Pacci, Rivera, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; Lamberto 
Ortiz. 

56. Abenicio Alcon, Gonzales, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Alcon. 
62. Ysidro Trujillo, Hilario, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Lorenzo Gonzales. 
65. Eloisa Sanchez, E. Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Dionicio 

Ulibarri. 

69. Guadalupe Romero, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Martin 
Marquez. 

71. Melesio Lucero, Los Alamos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Victor Lucero. 

72. Juan B. Estrada, Variadero, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Bias Lucero. 

73. Julia Narvaez, Gonzales, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Teodoro Gonzales. 

76. Ramon Gonzales, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felipe Bus- 
tamante. 

77. Margarita C. de Baca, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Estevan 
Aragon. 

79. Narciso Duran, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Santiago Garcia. 

80. Gregorita Delgado, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Joaquin 
Chavez. 

81. Ezequied Sanchez, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jacobo A. Vigil. 
83. Lucy Valdez, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Albino B. Gallegos. 

87. Vidalia Montano, Trementina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Melquiades 
Tenorio. 

88. Rosario Lucero, Los Alamos, 3rd, $50. 5 mos.; Jose Y. Arf- 
gon, (Sapello), 

89. Josefa Ulibarri, Gonzales, 2ud, $60, 5 mos.; Manuel D. A. 
Maes. 

91. Justo Lucero, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose I. Crespin. 

93. Tomas C. de Baca, Ribera, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; Jose A. Benavidez. 

94. Lula E. Tipton, Cherryvale, 2ud, $50, 8 mos.; H. O. Morrison. 

95. Hazel Sanford, E. Las Vegas, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; H. A. Schmidt. 
97. Marie C. Navarro, Pecos, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; Octaviano Segura. 

SANDOVAL COUNTY. 

(Bonifacio Montoya, Bernalillo, County Superintendent.) 
1. Sister Margaret Mary, Bernalillo, Prof.. $75, 10 mos. ; Luis 
Gros. 

Sister Edwina, Bernalillo, Prof., $75, 10 mos. 
Brother Francis, Bernalillo, 1st, $75, 10 mos. 
Brother Leonard, Bernalillo, 2nd, $75, 10 mos. 



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2. Rita R. Griego, Sandoval, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Higinio Cordova. 

Amadeo Aragon, Sandoval, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

5. Praxedes Espinosa, Senorito, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Lopez. 

15. Genevieve Anaya, Casa Salazar, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Juan Mora. 

16. S. S. Lucero, Placitas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; B. Archibeque. 

18. Carolina Gonzales, Canyon, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Jose A. Garcia. 

19. Manuel Trujillo, Algodones, Prof., $75, 10 mos.; P. Griego. 
Agatha Serna, Algodones, 3rd, $40, 4 mos. 

20. J. M. Ortiz, Cuba, 2nd, $75, 6 mos.; T. Romero. 

21. Corina Castillo, Cabezon, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; R. M. Mirabal. 

24. Refugio Baca, Domingo, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Luis Martinez. 

25. Silviana Baca. Casa Salazar, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Martin Ramires.. 

29. Mary Valverde, Jemes Eprings, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.; Isaias 

Sandoval. 

30. Aurelia Sena, Jemes, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Don A. Sotell. 

31. Lucas Gallegos, Jemes, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan Martinez. 

32. Lydia E. Arcbuleta, La Jara, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; D. B. Lobato. 
33 Rachel Brisbine, Cuba, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. N. Lucero. 

42. Simodocea Sandoval, Cuba, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Domingo 

Crespin. 

51. Sister M. dementia, Pena Blanca, 1st, $75, 10 mos.; Man- 
uel Baca. 

Sister M. Raphaela, Pena Blanca, 2nd, $50, 10 mos. 

52. Librada Crespin, Pena Blanca, 3rd, $40. 8 mos.; Luciano 

/^o lipping 

53. Tillie Castillo, Cabezon, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; C. W. Holman. 

SANTA FE COUNTY. 

(J V Conway, Santa Fe, County Superintendent.) 
1. Lorenzita Romero, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Viterba 

Quintana. 

2 Louise Dockwiller, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Martm Acuna. 
3. Frances Fartinez, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Beatriz Vigil. 
Josie Lujan, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

4 Eustacia Tapia, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; George Alire. 

5 Lucinda Ortiz, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Feliz Romero. 

6. Frances Anaya, Santa Fe, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Padilla. 
Belle Anaya, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

7. Bessie Wisdom, Cerrillos, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; Sabato Sagaria. 
Loretta Bratton, Cerrillos, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Adelina Lorenzo. Cerrillos, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

8. Josephine Cunningham, Galisteo, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Frank A. 

Mendoza. 

Jose Villanueva, Galisteo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

9. Ruby Roibal, Ildefonzo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Marcelino Roybal. 
Lulu Krick, Ildefonzo, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

10 Katheryn White, Stanley, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Nellie M. Hughes. 

ll' Louise Alarid, Golden, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Placido Rodnquez. 

12" Katherine Pritchett, Lamy, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Eusebio Gonzales. 

13 Simonita Gonzales, Lamy, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Bias Garcia. 

14" Santiago Martinez. Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Simon Romero. 



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Elvira Gonzales, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

15. Tiburcita Gonzales, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Benigno Romero. 
Isabel Chavez, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

16. Enriqueta D'Aguero, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Evaristo 
Trujillo. 

17. Rosie Alarid, San Pedro, 3rd, $50. 8 mos. ; Jacobo Baca. 
Bertha Turner, San Pedro, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

18. Mary A. Bennett, Santa Cruz, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Manuel Vigil. 
Juan J. Lopez, Santa Cruz, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

Josefina Lopez, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Antonia Silva, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

19. Julia D'Aguero, Lamy, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Patricio Garcia. 

20. Miguel Jaramillo, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Victor Ortega. 

21. Wm. J. Morgan, Hyer, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. A. Brown. 

22. Mary V. Ferguson, Otto, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; John F. Laird. 

23. Jessie E. Bell, Glorieta, 1st, $50, 8 mos.; A. H. Bell. 
Elvira Williams, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

24. Eleanor C. Almeida, Kennedy, 1st, $55, 9 mos.; Juan Sanchez. 

25. Candido Ortiz, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Ramon Baca. 

26. Sixto Garcia, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Jimenez. 

27. Minna Brems, Madrid, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; L. Lloyd. 
Lillie Hammer, Madrid, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

28. Ramon Quintana, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Matias 
Montoya. 

29. Manuel Lujan, Ildefonzo, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Maximo Herrera. 
Ramon Gonzales, Ildefonzo, 3rd, $50, 8mos. 

30. Manuel Montoya, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan Baca. 

31. Mae Madole, Stanley, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Grocer C. Martin. 

32. Hurley B. Begun, Moriarty, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. D. Martin. 

33. Ambrosita Rodriguez. Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Zenovio 
Romero. 

34. Tennie Day, Venus, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. ; W. A. Williams. 
Fannie May Jones, Barton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

35. Ethel Bassett, San Pedro, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Joseph Black. 

36. Pedro Trujillo, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Lonjino Vigil. 

37. Cecil Benson, Moriarty, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. F. Peckum. 

38. Ester Quintana, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Romero. 

39. Elvira Williams, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio Sandoval, 
y Griego. 

5. Tillie Cortez, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Feliz Romero. 

SIERRA COUNTY. 

(F. I. Given, County Superintendent.) 

1. Emily McLean, Lake Valley, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

2. August Mayer, Hillsboro, 1st, $90. 6 mos. 
Eva Upchurch, Hillsboi'o, 1st, $65, 6 mos. 
Lolita Alexander, Hillsboro, 1st, $65, 6 mos. 
Elizabeth Kinney, Kingston, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

Mrs. E. Cowperthwaite, Las Pfilomas, 2nd, $75, 6 mos. 
Mrs. B. L. Case, Palomas Springs, 1st, $65, 4 mos. 
5. Mrs. Stella Martin, Cuchillo, Per., $50, 3 mos. 



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David Garcia, Cuchillo, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

7. D. B. Morrill, Monticello, 2nd, $75, 7 mos. 

Mrs. J. C. Nave, Monticello, 2nd, $75, 7 mos. 

10. Bessie Smiley, Fairview, 2nd, $65, 5 mos. 

11. Hazel B. Reilly, Chloride, 2nd, $65, 7 mos. 

12. Lulu Grumbles, Engle, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Maggie M. Bell, Elephant Butte, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 
Mrs. Etta R. White, Elephant Butte, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 
May L. Buell, Elephant Butte, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Mary Martin, Elephant Butte, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Myrtle F. Cooper, Elephant Butte, 2nd, $65, 6 mos. 

15. Miss A. M. Candelaria, Arrey, 2nd, $65, 6 mos. 

16. J. C. Chavez, Hillsboro, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

18. Mrs. C. W. Dawson, Arrey, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

19. A. Gonzales, Monticello, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

20. Miss J. M. Kitchens, Cutter, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

SOCORRO COUNTY. 

(Benjamin Sanchez, Socorro, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. C. Gordy, Socorro, 1st, $115, 9 mos. 
Mrs. J. A. Kelly, Socorro, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. J. C. Gordy, Socorro, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Alice Hoyland, Socorro, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Martin Lopez, Jr., Socorro, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Mary Collins, Socorro, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

2. Viola Dobson, Guemado, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; Ramon Garcia. 

3. Nelle Satckpole, Polvadera, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; E. E. Chavez. 

4. Flora Chavez, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; S. Barreras. 

5. L. M. Mathis, La Joya, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Meliton Barela. 
A. R. Cordova, La Joya, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

6. E. M. Chavez, Lemitar, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; A. E. Gonzales. 
Mary Harris, Lemitar, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

7. P. A. Marcellino, San Antonio, Prof., $75, 9 mos.; J. E. Miera. 
Avelino Lopez, San Antonio, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

8. Lola M. Romero, San Marcial, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Jesus Velarde. 

9. Epigmenio Ramirez, San Marcial ,3rd, $50, 9 mos.; V. Jara- 
millo. 

10. Marvin Holland, Alma, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; M. Balke. 

11. Frances Ehrenstein, Kelly, 1st, $95, 9 mos. ; Ed. Lucero. 
May A. Babcock, Kelly, Per., $50, 9 mos. 

12. C. F. Miller, Magdalena, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Flavio Vigil. 
Mrs. Geo. Dixon, Magdalena, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Nora Trew^, Magdalena, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. C. F. Miller, Magdalena, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Gretchen Dixon, Magdalena, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Maud Palmer, Magdalena, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Anna Ames, Magdalena, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Callie L. Beagle, Magdalena, Per., $50, 7 mos. 

13. L. H. Dumenil, San Marcial, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; R. N. Ames. 
Claribel Goodner, San Marcial, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mary McCurdy, San Marcial, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 



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Ina Marriott, San Marcial, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

14. David Ctiavez, San Marcial, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; M. A. Chacez.. 
Angelica Chavez, San Marcial, Per., $35, 5 mos. 

15. Daphne Holt, Clyde, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; J. A. Gutierrez. 

16. Andres Abeytia, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; C. Torres. 

17. Edwina Ehrenstein, Frisco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Emil Kiehne. 

18. Maud Maxwell, Reserve, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; P. S. Higgins. 

19. Rebecca Livingston, Engle, 1st, $70, 6 mos.; J. H. Wood. 

20. Josefita Montoya, Polvadera, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; J. M. Paez. 

21. Pedro Lopez, Socorro, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; R. P. Baca. 

22. Isabelle Harris, Aragon, 1st, $85, 5 mos.; J. R. Milligan. 
Joe.N. Romero, Aragon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

24. Gregorio Garcia, San Marcial, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; J. L. Rojo. 

25. Jennie R. Macdonell, San Antonio, Per., $50, 5 mos.; A. Baca. 

27. Martin Lopez, Jr., San Antonio, 2nd, $65, 6mos.; J. G. Chavez. 
Bessie Padilla, San Antonio, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

28. Frances G. Bartlett, San Acacio, Per., $50, 5 mos.; S. Rivera. 

30. Ciriaco Jojola, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; A. Sais. 

31. L. C. Ramirez, Puertecito, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Rafael Chavez. 

33. Myrie I. Birt, Salt Lake, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; S. Gutierrez.' 

34. Elvira Ramirez, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. ; J. D. Carrillo. 

38. Sosteno Aragon, Puertecito, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Jesus Lopez. 

39. Eduardo Sanchez, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. J. Sanchez. 

40. Maximo B. Baca, Socorro, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. J. Carrillo. 

41. Mrs. Cora R. Brown, Carthage, 1st, $100, 7 mos.; W. Lockett. 

42. Nelle Bigbee, Jackson, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; John Goddard. 
44. Amador Abeyta, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; V. Lopez. 

46. Gregorio Abeyta, Bernardo, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; G. Pacheco. 

47. Ernestine Oakes, Mogollon, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; O. P. Dempsey. 
Muriel Oakes, Mogollon, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

Theresa Foster, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

48. Rafaelita Sais, Burley, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Sanchez. 
J. R. S. Sanchez, Burley, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

Thos. J. Hudson, Datil, 2nd, $75, died; taught 2 months. 

49. Rose Blanchard, Water Canyon, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; J .P. Kelly. 

50. J. P. Liles, Rosedale, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. H. Robb. 

51. Nola B. Bishop, San Marcial, Per., $50, 5 mos.; H. Torres. 

TAOS COUNTY. 

(Jose Montaner, Taos, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. W. Compton, Taos, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; P. M. Dolan. 
Sue Garten, Taos, Prof., $65, 7 mos. 

Mary McGinnis, Taos, Prof., $65, 7 mos. 
Mrs. E. W. Probert, Taos, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 
Mrs. A. McGown, Taos, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 
Mrs. A. T. de Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Mrs. Manuel Alfaro, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Filimon Sanchez, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

2. Pablo Quintana, Taos, 2nd, $70, 6 mos.; Teodocio Gutierrez.. 

3. Alfonso Vigil, Talpa, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Luciano Griego. 

4. David Lucero, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Sam. Quintana. 



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5. Mrs. J. O. H. Newby, Arroyo Seco, 2nd, $70, 7 mos. ; Rosendo 
Fernandez. 

Mrs. Casandra M. Brown, Arroyo Seco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Filimon T. Martinez, Arroyo Hondo, 2nd, $65, 7 mos. • Reyes 
N. Martinez. 

7. H. R. Wisehart, Questa, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; Jacob Posner. 
Fidelia Martinez, Questa, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

8. Perfecto Martinez, Llano, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; Manuel Trujillo. 
Jose I. Dominguez, Llano, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

9. Romulo Dominguez, Chamisal, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Nicanor Lopez. 

10. Benito Valdez, Rio Pueblo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Abel Romero. 
Fidel Martinez, Rio Pueblo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

11. Felix Garcia, Cerro, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; Antonio S. Segura. 

12. Federico Gonzales, Costilla, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; Wm. F. Meyer. 
Jose B. Martinez, Costilla, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

13. Benjamin Sisneros, Ojo Caliente, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; C. A. 
Hernandez. 

14. Cristobal Quintana, Pina, 2nd, $70, 6 mos.; Anastacio Vallejo. 

15. Mrs. Nora Brumback, Tres Piedras, Prof., $75, 6 mos.; J. P. 
Rinker. 

16. Frank Rodarty, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Adolf o Sanchez. 

17. Eliseo Ortega, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Amador Romero. 

18. Alfredo Trujillo, Taos, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; Bautista Cordova. 

19. A. B. Suazo, Ranchos de Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Luciano Vigil. 

20. J. M. Bernal, Ranchos de Taos, 2nd, $75, 6 mos.; Mary Ross. 
Manuel A. Vigil, Ranchos de Taos, 3rd ,$50, 6 mos. 

Juan B. Romero, Jr., Ranchos de Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Manuelita Gonzales, Ranchos de Taos, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

21. Juan E. Medina, Penasco, 3rd, $47, 5 mos,; Jose U. Ortega. 

22. Timoteo Romero, Taos, 2nd, $58, 6 mos.; Luciano Cardenas. 
Mrs. Emma Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $40, 5 mos. 

23. Victoriano M. Vigil, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; D. Pacheco. 

24. Maria A. Chacon, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Eutimio Duran. 

25. Anna Reisinger, Red River, 2nd, $75, 8mos. • H. L; Pratt. 

26. Timoteo C. Luna, Llano, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Ponciano Miera. 

27. E. R. Hopper, Virsylvia, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. C. Van Tine. 

28. Antonio Martinez, Pina, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; Emilio Sanchez. 

29. Selso E. Martinez, Taos, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Malaquias Martinez. 

30. Mrs. Matilde B. Woodman, Penasco, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; Por- 
firio Abreu. 

Jacob Martinez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

31. Celedonio C. Trujillo, Costilla, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Lino Trujillo. 

32. Samuel P. Martinez, Xaos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan B. Duran. 

33. J. Grace Hansen, Carson, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. J. King. 

34. Mrs. C. E. Hulbert, Taos, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; L. J. Fing. 

35. Edith Cage, Cerro, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Camilo Martinez. 

36. Cora Santistevan, Arroyo Hondo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Aniceto 
Martinez. 



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TORRANCE COUNTY. 

(Chas. L. Burt, Mountainair, County Superintendent.) 

1. D. N. Baca, Tajique, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Benito Maldonado. 

2. Salomon Archuleta, Torreon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose T. Varela. 
Miss G. Varela, Torreon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. Serafico Romero, Manzano, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Vidal Sais. 
C. M. Quintana, Manzano, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

Miss N. Maud Jones, Manzano, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

4. Ettie Meador, Eastview, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. L. J. Kayser. 

5. Minerva Shirk, Punta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Julian Baca. 

6. A. L. Lacey, Willard, Prin., 1st, $90, 8 mos.; J. A. Chapman. 
Maud R. Patterson, Willard, 1st, $72.50, 8 mos. 

Mary E. Ferguson, Willard, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

7. Ira L. Ludwick, Prin., Estancia, 1st, $90, 8 mos.; S. E. Kemp. 
Laura Young, Estancia, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

Blanche Parrett, Estancia, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

8. W. O. Kays, Moriarty, 1st, $70, 8 mos. • A. M. Shockey. 

9. (No school yet). 

10. J. I. Ferguson, Prin., Duran, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; Castulo Marquez. 
Mrs. Louis U. Sanchez, 2nd, $70, 8 mos. 

11. J. J. Contreras, Pinos Wells, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Mrs. R. S. 
Garcia. 

12. Mrs. H. S. Torrance, Mcintosh, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; J. A. Brittain. 

13. Mrs. J. E. Veal, Mountainair, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Lloyd Orme. 
Ethyl M. Thompson, Mountainair, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

14. Stella B. Palmer, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Ben Young. 

15. V. T. Furman, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. S. Harris. 

16. Mrs. Belle Guinn, Encino, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Julian Salas. 

17. Mrs. V. T. Douglas, Mcintosh, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; C. M. Mil- 
bourn. 

18. Anna M. Flowers, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. C. Grant. 

19. Mac. Gregory, Moriarty, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; O. K. Knight. 

20. E. A. Haggard, Corona, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; W. W. Marsh. 

21. Mrs. Virgia Block, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. D. Smith. 

22. Gladys Ormsby, Willard, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; Merejildo Serna. 

24. Mrs. Armead Douglas, Estancia, Per., $50, 5 mos.; D. L. 
Garland. 

25. Mrs. Carrie Wasman, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; B. L. Hodges. 

26. Mrs. J. E. Sandusky, Willard, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. L. Hewett. 

27. W. E. Lipsey, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F. T. Meadow. 

28. Lewis C. Davis, Lucia, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; E. A. Mattingly. 

29. Rachel A. West, Moriarty, 3rd, 5 mos. ; W. M. Neel. 

30. C. W. Fiske, Moriarty, Per., $50, .5 mos.; P. N. Dannevik. 

31. Mrs. Lillian D. Norvell Mcintosh, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. H. 
Soencer. 

32. Mrs. Mary J. Kayser, Mountainair, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Hip- 
polito Lucero. 

34. Delia Meyer, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. O. Coffey. 

35. Catharine P. Lee, Cedarvale, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; R. P. Taylor. 

36. D. S. King, Mcintosh, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; John Gloss. 

37. Mrs. Lula Murphy, Mountainair, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Marshal 
Condre. 



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38. Chas. Daniels, Mountainair, Per., $50, 5 mos.; A. R. Dressier. 

39. Vina Furman, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Ma Torres. 

40. Mrs. Pearl Richards, Mcintosh, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. Eblen. 

41. J. E. Rivera, Progresso, Per., $45, 5 mos.; Guy Beedle. 

42. E. D. Armijo, Encino, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Moises Apodaco. 

43. Ida Bigbee, Negra, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; L. A. Walters. 

UNION COUNTY. 

(H. H. Errett, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. W. Thompson, Clayton, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; G. W. Guyer. 
Anna Mathews, Clayton, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Jesse Rixey, Clayton, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Ida Love, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Marie Myers, Clayton, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Lillian Mathews, Clayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Goldie Spring, Clayton, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 
Doris Goodale, Clayton, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Dorothy Russell, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Irene Howard, Clayton, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

2. Hazel Quinlan, Guy, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; M. B. Gripe. 
Ben Melton, Clayton, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. J. H. Wells, Folsom, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Andres Garcia. 
Rita Ryan, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Florence Smith, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Minnie Sullivant, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Barbarita Garcia, Dedman, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 
Vera McGovran, Emery Gap, Per., $50, 7 mos. 
Vera Miller, Folsom, Per., $30, 7 mos. 
Irene Smith, Folsom, Per., $30, 7 mos. 

4. Frank Melton, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; L. F. Gomez. 

5. Benjamin Garcia, Pasamonte, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F. Garcia. 

6. Lavina Swoyer, Beenham, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; Francisco Miera. 

7. D. B. Reed, Clapham, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; J. C. Caldwell. 

8. Mayme Cornellison, Cone, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; F. C. de Baca. 

9. E. M. Naranjo, De Haven, Per., $50, 6 mos.; D. C .Traister. 

10. Mrs. J. Romero, Albert, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. T. Mitchell. 

11. Rafael Cisneros, Gallegos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; M. L. Casados. 

12. Marie Bear, Gallegos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; E. F. Gallegos. 

13. Thos. Norris, Logan, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; S. B. Olliver. 

14. D. Ruth Scott, Moses, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; D. Espinosa. 

15. F. B. Moore, Mosquero, 2nd, $55, 7 mos.; Benj. Brown. 
Mrs. A. Guilmette, Mosquero, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

16. Mrs. M. Bittman, Bueyeros, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; I. Vigil. 

17. Epifanio Garcia, Barney, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; J. J. Salazar. 

18. W. T. Gibbens, Kenton, Okla., 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; R. W. Wagner. 
Arthur Neve, Kenton, Okla., 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

19. Kathryn Scott, Atencio, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; D. Casan. 

20. Margaret Mann, Centerville, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. E. Roberts. 
Nora McClellan, Centerville, 2nd, $45, 5 mos. 

21. Capitola Horton, Bueyeros, 2nd, $52.50, 7 mos.; Padre Tixier. 

22. T. J. Perry, Des Moines, 1st, $90, 9 mos.; J. E. Walker. 



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Clementine Ivie, Des Moines, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Pauline Hynek, Des Moines, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Herbert Callon, Pleasant, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 
Roy Green, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 
Roy Baety, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 

23. Mrs. N. Hannaman, Corrumpa, Per., $50, 5 mos.; E. D. Wight. 

24. Mrs. S. Groissaint", Ramon, Per., $50, 5 mos.; T. Salazar. 

25. Mrs. M. Wilbur, Holland, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; T. Lavato. 
Mrs. O. Corbett, Hayden, Per., $40, 5 mos. 

26. Stella Hauser, Hayden, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; H. G. Magruder. 

27. Lula Kerr, Mayden, 1st, $40, 6 mos.; W. A. Svv^oyer. 

28. C. E. Wilson, Kenton, Okla., 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Fannie Giles. 

29. Trinidad Martinez, Pita, 3rd, $50, 2 mos.; D. M. Valdez. 

30. Arthur Hardin, Amistad, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Arthur Douglas. 

31. Mrs. M. Hardin, Amistad, Ist, $50, 5 mos.; O. C. Berger. 
Mary Rucker, Amistad, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

32. Dora Cornitt, Wanette, 2nd, $54, 5 mos.; Fannie Manlove. 

33. Nora Connell, Rosebud, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; J. R. Green. 

34. Lois McKeehen, Centerville, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; C. M. Wells. 

35. Mrs. H. Dysinger, Rosebud, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; H. A. Nachtrieb. 

36. W. W. Coulson, Clayton ,1st, $50, 5 mos.; Chas. Chaney, 
(Seneca). 

37. Mrs. S. Reeves, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. E. Coons. 

38. J. A. Allen, Vanc,e 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. L. Pile. 

39. Minnie Bowen, Thomas, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; R. L. Davis, (Tex- 
line, Texas). 

40. Grace Evans, Clayton, 2nd, 6 mos.; J. Means. 

41. Ora E. Jones, Clayton, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. H. Hunter. 

42. Susie Labenski, Wanette, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Sam Small. 

42. Susie Labenski, Wanette, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Sam Small, (Clay- 
ton). 

43. Ellae Miller, Vance, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. E. Anderson. 
Emma Mangelsdorf, Vance, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

44. E. D. Cartwright, Grenville, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. R. Alderson, 
(Clayton). 

45. Clinton Byrne, Thomas, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Arnhart. 
Lennie Laster, Thomas, 3rd, $40, 5 mos. 

46. Arthur England, Clayton, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; L. H. Gardner. 

47. Hildred McNown, Dedman, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Moss,. 
(Des Moines). 

48. Besse Norton, Pasamonte, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; John Seydel. 

49. Carrie Codlin, Harrington, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; John Goodyear. 

50. Mary Jameson, Sedan, 2nd, $50,, 5 mos.; A. B. Christenson. 
Ethel Hopkins, Sedan, 3rd, $40, 5 mos. 

51. Ticie Toney, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. P. Sefton. 

52. Leon Sparks, Texline, Tex., 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; D. S. Pinkerton. 

53. Katie Day, Amistad, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Sam Morrow. 

54. Fannie Giles, Guy, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. S. Rowley, (Cor- 
rumpa). 

55. Ruth Long, Texline, Texas, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; R. G. Cox, 
(Clayton). 

56. Ethel Cunningham, Cuates, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. Kendrick. 



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Maud Bryan, Guy, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

57. John Hotchkiss, Atencio, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; N. C. Dawson. 

58. Mrs. E. E. Sampson, Clayton, Per., $50, 5 mos.; E.. C. Smith. 

59. Lizzie Nelson, Mosquero, 2na, $50, 5 mos.; John Tobler. 

60. Gladys Coryell, Clayton, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. L. Kingdom. 

61. Winifred Arnett, Pasamonte, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Scott, 
(Patterson). 

62. C. M. Walker, Reyes, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F. Casados. 

63. C. M. Coon, Logan, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; Ed. Armijo. 

64. Mrs. N. Hauser, Hayden, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. E. Blake. 

65. Elsie Myers, Grenville, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; B. Smith. 

66. David Ledoux, Pita, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Pat Ledoux. 

67. E. M. Wilson, Guy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. A. Cosby. 

68. Andreita Gonzales, Clayton, 3rd, $50-, 5 mos.; J. Pacheco, 
(Atencio). 

69. Mrs. J. I. West, Des Moines, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; T. J. Roberson. 

70. Mrs. E. Gard, Clayton, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; L. A. Stewart. 

71. Mrs. M. Miller, Seneca, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; O. W. Johnson, 
(Sampson). 

72. O. L. Hemphill, Cone, 2nd, $45, 6 mos.; J. N. Gee. 

73. Mrs. J. W. Hailey, Corrumpa, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; O. Winchester. 

74. Mrs. Lou Chelf, Grenville, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; J. H. Kilburn, 
<Mt. Dore). 

Mrs. Vina Dimitt, Mt. Dora, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

75. J. H. Rutledge, Sampson, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. B. W. Stevens. 

76. Flora Byrne, Staunton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. Heney. 

VALENCIA COUNTY. 

(Saturnine Baca, Belen, County Superintendent.) 

1. Amelia Raff, Los Lunas, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Boleslo Romero. 
Lillian Scott, Los Lunas, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

2. J. B. Gunter, Belen, Prof., $100, 9 mos.; Daniel L. Romero. 
E. Ruth Ziegler, Belen, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Emma Anderwerth, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Rhae Wilsey, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Elizabeth Trimble, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Olive Duer, Belen, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
yilian Pohl, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Manuel Sanchez, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

3. Fred Baca, Belen, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Jesus M. Trujillo. 
Virginia Sanchez, Jarales, Per., $45, 7 mos. 

5. Lola G. Grimm, Cubero, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Epimenio Jaramillo. 
Lucile Woodward, Cubero, 1st, $55, 5% mos. 

6. E. H. Rushworth, Seboyetta, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. ; Fermin Marquez. 

7. Barbara Maloney, Marquez, $60; Jesus Marquez. 

8. Rafael Pena, San Mateo, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Abelicio Pena. 

9. Jose Salazar, Los Lunas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; A. F. Aguirre. 

10. Alicia Sanchez, Peralta, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; Nicolas Gorule. 
Frieda Stripe, Peralta, 1st, $50, 3 mos. 

11. Gertrude Zamora, Valencia, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Miguel Silva. 

12. John Rain, Adeline, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Mateo Gabaldon. 



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Adeline Sanchez, Adeline, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

13. Norverto Padilla, Victor, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Valentin R. Sais. 

16. Mrs. B. N, Jones, Bluewater, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; Jos. F. Nielson. 
Tillie Cluff, Bluewater, Per., $35, 6 mos. 

17. Olive J. Bashford, San Rafael, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; C. M. Grover. 
Rena M. Cliildears, San Rafael, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

18. Isaias F. Chaves, Bibo, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Deciliano Apodaca. 
Acasio Ed. Gallegos, Bibo, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

19. Vida Weborg, Laguna, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Gus Weiss. 

20. Margarita Sanchez, Vallejos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; F. Vallejos. 

22. Frank Sanchez, Peralta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Guilermo Orona. 

23. Corte Douglas, Grants, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; N. S. Bibo. 

24. Nicolas Chaves, Atarque, Per., $45, 6mos.; David F. Branch. 

27. Mercedes Chaves, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; A. Bianchi. 
Martyn Baca, Belen, 3rd, $45, 6 mos. 

28. Alberto Sanchez, Belen, 3rd. $50, 6 mos.; Damian Baca. 

29. Chas. H. Gooch, Tome, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Ramon B. Chaves. 
Adelaide Sais, Tome, 3rd, $35, 3 mos. 

30. J. W. King, Sawyer, 2nd, $75, 6 mos.; J. C. McCain. 

33. Louis Zamora, Bacaville, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Felipe S. Castillo. 



SECTARIAN AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

(The following is a list of sectarion and private schools. The 
church or organization controlling each is indicated and the post- 
office address is given.) 

Baptist Church— N. M. Baptist College, N. M. Baptist College, 
Alamogordo. 

Catholic, Roman — St. Vincent's Academy, Sisters of Charity, Al- 
buquerque; Immaculate Conception Parochial School, Rev. A. M. Man- 
dalari, S. J. Pastor. Albuquerque, 6th. bet. Copper and Tijeras; Sacred 
Heart Parochial School, Rev. J. Artheis, S. J., Albuquerque, bet. 4th 
St. and Stover Ave.; St. Phillip's Neri, Parochial School, Rev. P. 
Tomasini, S. J., Old Albuquerque; Loretto Indian School, Sisters of 
Loretto, Bernalillo; Parochial, Sisters of Loretto, Clayton; Parochial, 
Sisters of Loretto, Folsom; Loretto Academy, Sisters of Loretto, Las 
Cruces; Immaculate Conception Academy. Las Vegas; De La Salle 
Institute. Christian Brothers, Las Vegas; Loretto Convent, Sisters of 
Loretto. Mora; Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Sisters of St. Francis, 
Pena Blanca; St. Peter's Catholic, Sisters of St. Francis, Roswell; 
Sisters of Loretto, Roswell; Mount Carmel, Sisters of Loretto, So- 
corro; Loretto Academy, Sisters of Loretto, Santa Fe; St. Francis 
School, Sisters of Loretto. Santa Fe: St. Michael's College., Christian 
Brothers, Santa Fe; St. Katherine's Indian School, Santa Fe: St. Vin- 
cent's Orphans' Home «& Indian School, Sisters of Charity, Santa Fe ; 
Sisters of Loretto. Sisters of Loretto, Taos; Academy of Our Lady 
of Lourdes, Silver City; Sacred Heart School, Sisters of St. Francis, 
Gallup. 

Chavez Endowment, Felipe Chavez Academy, Will of Mr. Chavez, 
Belen. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 55 

Christian Reformed Church of America, Rehoboth Mission Board- 
ing, Christian Reformed Church of America, Rehoboth. 

Congregational — Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque; Cu- 
bero Mission School, Cubero; Congregational Mission, San Rafael; Se- 
boyeta Mission, Seboyeta. 

Methodist — Navajo Mission, Farmington; Harwood Home, Albu- 
querque. 

M. E. Church— Western College, Artesia. 

Presbyterian — Menaul School, Albuquerque; El Rito Mission, Cha- 
con; Chamisal Mission, Chamisal; John Hyson Memorial, Chimayo; 
Embudo Presbyterian, Dixon; Agua Negra, Holman; Jewet Navajo, 
Liberty; Presbyterian Mission, Ranchos de Taos; Mary E. James — 
Allison Mission, Santa Fe; El Prado Mission School, Taos; Pyle Me- 
morial, Taos; Tierra Amarilla School, Tierra Amarilla; Truchas Mis- 
sion, Truchas. 

Private Mission — Arroyo Hondo, Private Mission, Arroyo Hondo. 

Private — Albuquerque Business College, Albuquerque; Cumber- 
land, Cumberland; Post School, Chaplain Bateman, Ft. Bayard; Bul- 
lock's School, Roswell; Miss Kernodl^'s School, Carlsbad; Kinder- 
garten, Miss Jessie Brewer, Roswell; Carrington College of Arts, 
Artesia. 

Southwestern Holiness Association — Southwestern Holiness Col- 
lege, Elida. 



TEACHERS IN MISSION SCHOOLS. 

(So far as it has been possible to secure the names of teachers 
in mission schools with addresses, they are given below.) 
Prof. J. C. Ross, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Mrs. J. C. Ross, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Ora Gates, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Maude Hart, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Carrie Heiskell, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Mary E. Babb, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Clara B. Wright, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Mr. D. R. Jennings, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Mr. Melecio Trujillo, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Mary Smith, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Mr. McConnell, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Jean Alexander, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Mary P. Webster, Menaul School, Albuquerque. 
Miss Cora E. Blood, Harwood Home, Albuquerque. 
Miss Stella Arwine, Harwood Home, Albuquerque. 
Miss M. J. Tripp, Harwood Home, Albuquerque. 
Miss M. E. Baskerville, Harwood Home, Albuquerque. 
Miss Alma Manock, Harwood Home, Albuquerque. 
Miss Edith Gosby, Harwood Hbme, Albuquerque. 
Miss Emily Gillespie, Truchas, N. M. 
Miss Alice Hyson, Ranchos de Taos, N. M. 
Miss Elizabeth Craig, El Prado, N. M. 



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Miss Pearl English, Chimayo, N. M. 

Miss Edith Pierson, Chimayo, N. M. 

Miss Olga Hoff, Chimayo, N. M. 

Mr. Jacobson, Rio Grande Industrial, Albuquerque. 

Miss Converse, Taos, N. M. 

Miss Alice Blake, Trementina, N. M. 

Miss McCann, Trementina, N. M. 

Mr. C. R. Garcia, Chamisal, N. M. 

Miss Frances Davis, Dixon, N. M. 

Miss Violet Detwiler, Dixon, N. M. 

Miss Annette Bell, Holman, N. M. 

Miss Abbie Sawyer, Chacon, N. M. 

Miss Melicent Woods, Allison- James School, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Miss Olinda Meeker, Allison-James School, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Miss Florence Sawhill, Allison-James School, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Miss Mary Wilson, Allison-James School, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Rev. J. H. Heard, Albuquerque. 

Rev. A. C. Heyman, Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque. 

Miss Jennie Mintier, Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque. 

Miss Meda Walden, Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque. 

Miss Eda Schneider, Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque. 

Miss Olivia A. Leas, Artisco, N. M. 

Mrs. S. L. Hernandez, Seboyetta, N. M. 

Miss Sarita Montoya, Marquez, N. M. - ■ 

Miss Rosita Montoya, Marquez, N. M. 

Miss Olive Gibson, San Mateo, N. M. 

Miss Jennie Nichols, San Mateo, N. M. 

Miss Isabel Gibson, San Mateo, N. M. 

Miss Ida L. Frost, San Rafael, N. M. 

Miss Anna I. Fox, San Rafael, N. M. 

Mrs. L. A. Collings, Cubero, N. M. 

Miss Laura CoUnigs, Cubero, N. M. 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF INDIAN SCHOOLS. 

Superintendent Reuben Perry, Albuquerque. 
Superintendent H. F. Coggeshall, Santa Fe. 
Superintendent Peter Paquette, Fort Defiance, Ariz. 
Superintendent Crickenberger, Tohatchi. 
Superintendent Jefferis, Mescalero. 
Superintendent W. T. Shelton, Shiprock. 
Superintendent R. J. Bauman, Blackrock. 
Indian School, Dulce. 
S. P. Stacher, Crownpoint. 



DAY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN ALBUQUERQUE DISTRICT. 

Miss Emma Dawson, Seama. 
Miss Edna Shockey, Acomita. 
Miss Shockey, McCartys. 



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Miss Mary Dissette, Paguate, via Laguna. 

Miss Ottilia Kissel, Laguna. 

Mrs. Mary P. Abeita, Laguna. 

Mr. Canfield, Casa Blanca. 

Mr. J. C. Waters, Cubero. 

Miss Rose K. Watson, Isleta. 

rMs. Fennell, Isleta. 

Miss Fanny Dennis, Algodones. 

Miss Mabel Paisano, Algodones. 



DAY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN SANTA FE DISTRICT. 

-Mrs. Alice Dwire, Taos. 

Miss Agnes Dwire, Taos. 

Mrs. Henry H. Kramer, Chamita. 

Miss Lucy L. Balfe, Ildefonso. 

Mr. Walter L. Bolander, Nambe. 

Mrs. Luella L. Gallup, Pena Blanca. 

Sister Mary M. Boyle. 

Sister Mary S. Schramm, Jemez. 

Mrs. Elizabeth J. Richards, Espanola. 

Miss Sara Jefferis, Chamita. 

Mrs. L. A. Richards, Jemes. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

(The 1914 meeting will be held at Albuquerque at dates to 
1)6 fixed by the Executive Committee.) 

Officers. 

President — C. C. Hill, Roswell. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Lockard, Raton. 

Secretary — J. H. Wagner, Santa Fe. 

Treasurer — Chas. L. Burt, Mountainair. 

Railroad Secretary and Manager — R. R. Larkin, E. Las Vegas. 

Local Secretary and Manager — John Milne, Albuquerque. 

Executive Committee — C. C. Hill, Chairman, Roswell — Alvan N. 
White, Santa Fe; Frank Carroon, East Las Vegas (to 1914); L. C. 
Mersfelder, Clovis (to 1915); J. B. Taylor, Deming (to 1916). 



NEW MEXICO TEACHERS' READING CIRCLE. 
Board of Directors. 

Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chairman. 

Members With Terms Expiring 1914. 
Supt. Isabel L. Eckles, Silver City. 
Supt. Chas. D. George, Alamogordo. 
Supt. Bonifacio Montoya, Bernalillo. 



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Members With Terms Expiring 1915. 

Supt. John Milne, Albuquerque. 

Professor J. H. Vaughan, State College. 

(One other to be appointed.) 

Secretary and Manager — Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe, N. M. 



COURSE FOR THE YEAR 1913-14. 

1. Read's "An Introductory Psychology," published by Ginn & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Price $1.00. 

2. Roark's "Method in Education," published by American Book 
Company, Chicago, 111. Price $1.00. 

3. Prince's "Concise History of New Mexico," published by the 
author, L. B. Prince, Santa Fe, N. M. Price $1.25. (This is a special 
price to members of the Reading Club. 

Holders of first and second grade county and higher certificates 
will read either one of the first two, and the third. 

Holders of third grade county certificates and permits will read 
the second and the third. 

Books may be secured from the County Superintendent of any 
county, or from Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe, N. M. 



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GRANT COUNTY. 
Change in Numbers of Districts 

At the request of the State Department of Education (and by 
order of the Board of County Commissioners), the School Districts 
of Grant County have been re-numbered as follows: 



Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 
Dist. 



Pet. 3, changed to Dist. 1, known as Silver City. 
Pet. 13, changed to Dist. 2, known as Santa Rita. 
Pet. 20, changed to Dist. 3, known as Lordsburg. 
Pet. 26, changed to Dist. 4, known as Hurley. 
Pet. 22, changed to Dist. 5, known as Leopold. 
Pet. 1, changed to Dist. 6, known as Central. 
Pet. 2, changed to Dist. 7, known as Pinos Altos. 
Pet. 11, changed to Dist. 8, known as Fierro. 
Pet. 18, changed to Dist. 9, known as Animas. 
Pet. 10, changed to Dist. 10, known as Hachita. 
Pet. 4, changed to Dist. 11, known as Eby. 
Pet. 6, changed to Dist. 12, known as Rodeo. 
Pet. 7, changed to Dist. 13, known as Upper Gila. 
Pet. 14, changed to Dist. 14, known as Red Rock. 
Pet. 15, changed to Dist. 15, known as Separ. 
Pet. 8, changed to Dist. 16, known as Richmond. 
Pet. 13, changed to Dist. 17, known as Hanover. 
Pet. 12, changed to Dist. 18, known as Mimbres. 
Pet. 9, changed to Dist. 19, known as Steins. 
Pet. 7, changed to Dist. 20, known as Cliff. 
Pet. 21, changed to Dist. 21, known as Mule Creek. 
Pet. 7, changed to Dist. 22, known as Horn. 
Pet. 23, changed to Dist. 23, known as San Juan. 
Pet. 24, changed to Dist. 24, known as Whitewater. 
Pet. 25, changed to Dist. 25, known as White Signal. 
Pet. 17, changed to Dist. 26, known as Mangas. * 

Pet. 23, changed to Dist. 27, known as Swarts. 
Pet. 23, changed to Dist. 28, known as Goforth. 
Pet. 1-3, changed to Dist. 29, known as New State. 
Pet. 5, changed to Dist. 30, known as San Lorenzo. 
Pet. 5, changed to Dist. 31, known as Thompson. 
Pet. 5, changed to Dist. 32, known as Teel. 
Pet. 5, changed to Dist. 33, known as Fielder. 
Pet. 6, changed to Dist. 34, known as Lone Walnut. 
Pet. 6, changed to Dist. 35, known as Cloverdale. 
Pet. 8, changed to Dist. 36, known as Neblett. 
Pet. 9-20, changed to Dist. 37, known as Valley View. 
Pet. 10-18, changed to Dist. 38, known as Lincoln. 
Pet. 12, changed to Dist. 39, known as Meerschaum. 
ISABEL LANCASTER ECKLES, 

Superintendent of Schools, 

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INDEX 



Pages. 

Academy, Felipe Chavez 54 

Agricultural College (see advertisement) 3, 9-10 

Albuquerque teachers, term, salary 15-16 

Albuquerque Dist., day school teachers, term, salary 36-57 

American Archaeology, School of 14-15 

Artesia teachers, term, salary 16-17 

Association, New Mexico Educational 57-58 

Asylum, Deaf and Dumb 14 

Bernalillo county schools, teachers, etc 21 

Bernalillo county principals of schools, unincorporated towns , 

and villages 5 

Board of Education, New Mexico 3 

Blind, New Mexico Institute for 13 

Carlsbad, teachers, term, salary 17 

Chavez Endowment, Academy 54 

Chavez county, principals of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

Chavez county schools, teachers, etc 22-23 

Clovis teachers, term, salary 17 

Colfax County, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

Colfax county schools, teachers, etc 23-25 

College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts 3, 9-10 

County high schools, principals 7 

County superintendents 3-4 

Curry county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 5 

Curry county schools, teachers, etc '. 25-26 

Day schools 56-57 

Deaf & Dumb Asylum 14 

Department of education 3 

District, change in numbers Grant county last page 

Dona Ana county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

Dona Ana county schools, teachers, etc. 26-27 

East Las Vegas, teachers, term, salary 17-18 

Education, state board of 3 

Education, department of 3 

Educational Association of New Mexico 57-58 

Educational institutions, heads of 3 

Educational institutions 8-12 

Eddy county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 5 

Eddy county schools, teachers, etc 27-28 

Explanatory statement 2 

Grant county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 5 

Grant county schools, teachers, etc 28-30 

Grant county change in numbers of districts last page 



INDEX 61 

Pages. 
Guadalupe county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 6 

Guadalupe county schools, teachers, etc ' 30-32 

High schools, principals 7-8 

High schools, county 7-8 

Indian schools, superintendents of 5& 

Incorporated cities, towns and villages, supts. and principals 

of schools 4 

Institute for the Blind 13 

Institutions, see — University of N. M.; Agricultural College; 
Normal University; Normal School; School of Mines; Mili- 
tary Institute; Spanish-American Normal; Deaf & Dumb 
School; Institute for the Blind. 

Las Vegas, East; teachers, term, salary 17-18 

Las Vegas Schools, teachers, term, salary 4-6, 46 

Lincoln county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 6 

Lincoln county schools, teachers, etc 32-34 

Luna county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Luna county schools, teachers, etc 33. 

McKinley county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 6 

McKinley county schools, teachers, etc 34 

Military Institute 12' 

Mines, School of 10 

Mora county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages Q 

Mora county schools, teachers, etc 34-35 

Museum, New Mexico 14 

New Mexico Institute for the Blind 13 

New Mexico Educational Association 57 

New Mexico Military Institute '. 12 

New Mexico. Museum 14 

New Mexico Reading Circle 57-58 

New Mexico Reform School 15 

New Mexico Spanish-American Normal 12 

New Mexico Normal School 11 

New Mexico Normal University 11-12 

Normal School 11 

Normal University 11-12 

Otero County, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Otero county schools, teachers, etc 36-37 

Principals, county high schools 7 

Principals incorporated cities, towns and villages 4 

Principals unincorporated towns and villages 4 

Private and sectarian schools 54-57 

Quay county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Quay county schools, teachers, etc 37-38 

Raton teachers, term, salary 18 

Reform School 15 

Reading Circle 57 

Rio Arriba schools, teachers, etc 38-40 



62 . INDEX 

Pages. 
Roosevelt county, princ. of scliools, unincorporated towns and 

villages ; 6 

Roosevelt county scliools, teachers, etc 40-42 

Roswell, teachers, term, salary 19 

Santa Fe county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Santa Fe county teachers, terms, salary 45-46 

Santa Fe district day schools 57 

Santa Fe St. Michael's College 54 

Santa Fe Loretto Academy 54 

Sandoval county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Sandoval county schools, teachers, etc 44-45 

San Juan county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 6 

San Juan county schools, teachers, etc 42-43 

American Archaeology 14 

County high schools 10 

Mines 11 

New Mexico Normal 11 

Reform 15 

Spanish-American Normal 12 

Sectarian and private schools 54-57 

Sierra county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Sierra county schools, teachers, etc 46-47 

Socorro county, princ. of schools of unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Socorro county schools, teachers, etc 47-48 

Spanish-American Normal School 12 

Statement, explanatory 2 

Superintendents — county 3-4 

Cities, towns villages 4-5 

Taos county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Taos county schools, teachers, etc 48-49 

Teachers in day schools, Albuquerque district 56-57 

Teachers in day schools, Santa Fe district 57 

Torrance county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Torrance county schools, teachers, etc 50-51 

Union county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Union county, teachers, etc 51-53 

University, New Mexico S 

University, New Mexico Normal 11-12 

Valencia county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

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The arrangement of the information given in the 1913-1914 direc- 
tory is again followed this year, general satisfaction having been ex- 
pressed by the teachers concerning the simplified and condensed form, 
which, at the same time, included all needed information. 

Under State Educational Institutions will be found the name, 
department, and salary of each member of the several faculties. The 
same information is given concerning the teaching force in each in- 
corporated city. In the list of county teachers, including those of 
all towns and villages, w^hether incorporated or not, the information 
is arranged in the following order: No. of district, name of teacher, 
grade of certificate, salary per month, length of term, clerk or other 
member of school board with address given when different from that 
of teacher. Under Grade of Certificate, Prof, indicates three-year, 
five-year, or life professional; the ordinals 1st, 2nd, 3rd indicate, 
respectively. First, Second, and Third Grade County Certificates; Per. 
shows that the teacher is temporarily employed under a permit. 

Attention is called to the advertisements of the schools, publish- 
ers and firms, which appear in this issue of the directory, and my 
thanks are given to such advertisers for their help in meeting the 
expenses of the publication. 

ALVAN N. WHITE, 
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New Mexico Educational Directory 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Hon. W. C. McDonald, Governor, Chairman Santa Fe 

Hon. Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sec- 
retary Santa Fe 

Dr. F^ank H. H. Roberts, President N. M., Normal University 

East Las Vegas 

Professor E. L. Enloe, President, X. M. Normal School Silver City 

Supt. G. C. Hill, County Superintendent, Chaves County Roswell 

Supt. Bonifacio Montoya, County Superintendent, Sandoval County 

Bemalillo 

Supt. J. L. G. Swinney, County Superintendent, s&n. Juan County. Aztec 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
(Santa Fe) 

Alvan N. White Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Filadelfo Baca Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Rupert F. Asplund Chief Clerk 

Eve Wientge Stenographer and Clerk 

Manette A. Myers, State Director of Industrial Education . . . Santa Fe 

HEADS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

David R. Boyd, President University of New Mexico Albuquerque 

George E. Ladd, president Agricultural College State College 

Frank H. H. Roberts, President New Mexico Normal University. . 

East Las Vegas 

E. L. Enloe, President New Mexico Normal School Silver City 

F. A. Jones, President New Mexico School of Mines Socorro 

Maj. J. W. Willson, Superintendent New Mexico Military Institute 

Roswell 

O. C. Zingg, President Spanish-American Normal El Rito 

W. C Connor, Jr., Superintendent School for Deaf and Dumb. .Santa Fe 
R. R. Pratt, Superintendent Institute for the Blind Alamogordo 

COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

(Figures in parenthesis indicate number of teachers in city and 
rural districts in each county). 

Bemalillo, Atanasio Montoya, (113) Albuquerque 

Chaves, C. C. Hill, (120) Roswell 

Colfax, Mrs. Josie Lockard, (104) Raton 



4 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Curry, L. C. Merslelder, (73) Clovis 

Dona Ana, Frank M. Hayner, (67) Las Cnices 

Eddy, W. A. Poore, (87) Carlsbad 

Grant, Miss Isabel L. Eckles, (75) Silver City 

Guadalupe, J. V. Gallegos, (S7) Santa Rosa 

Lincoln, Mrs. Wallace L. Gumin, (50) Carrizozo 

Luna, Miss Grace G. Goebel, (47) Deming 

Mora, Manuel Madrid, (69) Mora 

McKinley, \V. D. Cornell, (29) Gallup 

Otero, R. S. Tipton, (60) Alamogordo 

Quay, E. Pack, (84) Tucumcari 

Rio Arriba, David Martinez, Jr., (73) Velarde 

Roosevelt, Mrs. S. F. Culberson. (85) Portales 

Sandoval. Bonifacio ^Montoya, (29) Bernalillo 

San Juan, J. L. G. Swinne}', (47) Aztec 

San, Miguel, .'il. F. UesMarais, (117) Las Vegas 

Santa Fe, J. V. Conway, (59) Santa Fe 

Sierra, F. 1. Given, (i'7j HillsDoro 

Socorro, Benjamin Sanchez, (78) Socorro 

Taos, Jose Montaner, (56) Taos 

Torrance, Charles L. Burt, (52) Mountainair 

Union, H. H. Errett, (115) Clayton 

Valencia, Saturn.no Baca, (49) Belen 

SUPERINTENDENTS OF INCORPORATED CITIES. 

(Figures in parenthesis indicate number of teachers). 

Albuquerque, Bernalillo Couniy, John Milne, (60). 

Ciovis, Curry County, \V. E. L-arroon, (16). 

East Las Ve:^as, San Miguel County, Byron J. Read, (20). 

Raton, Colfax County, T. W. Conway, (29).. 

Roswell, Chaves County, W. O. Hall, (41). 

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County, J. H. Wagner, (18). 

Tucumcari, Quay County, Jos. S. Hofer ,(.17). 

SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS OF INCORPORATED 
TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

(Figures in parenthesis indicate number of teachers). 
Artesia, Dist. No. 16, Eddy County, C. E. Grover, (18). 
Alamogordo, Dist. No. 1, Otero County, J. Mauley Morgan, (15). 
Aztec, Dist. No. 2, San Juan County, Earl Douglass, (6). 
Carlsbad, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, Nellie E. Wilsson, (14). 
Cimarron, Dist. No. 3, Colfax County, Stella Kiker, (5). 
Clayton, Dist. No. 1, Union Couniy, J. W. Thompson, (9). 
Columbus, Dist. No. 5, Luna County, T. A. Windsor, (3). 
Dayton, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, B. F. Kaiser, (3). 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 5 

Deming, Dist. No. 1, Luna County, J. B. Taylor, (29). 

Dexter. Dist. No. 8, Chaves County, J. M. Bickley, (5). 

Elida^ Dist. No. 2, Roosevelt County, Hesther Kennamore, (6). 

East Vaughn, Dist. No. 39, Guadalupe County, R. A. Wiley, (3). 

Estancia, Dist. No. 7, Torrance County, Ira Ludwick, (3). 

Farmington, Dist. No. 5, San Juan County, Edwin A. Schreck, (7) 

Folsom, Dist. No. 3, Union County, Rita Ryan, (3). 

Gallup, Dist. No. 3, 4, McKinley County, W. L. Bishop, (16). 

Hagerman. Dist. No. 6, Chaves County, R. C. Bonney, (7). 

Hope, Dist. No. 8, Eddy Conty, S. J. Daley, (6). 

Lake Arthur, Dist. No. 20, Chaves County, Jesse Knox, (7). 

Las Cruces, Dist. No. 2, Dona Ana County, R. W. Twining, (25). 

Las Vegas, Dist. No. 14, San Miguel County, Mrs. Lou Cohb, (10). 

Portales, Dist. No. 1, Roosevelt County, J. S. Long, (12). 

Silver City, Dist. No. 1, Grant County, Walter B. MoFarland, (12). 

Socorro, Dist. No. 1, Socorro County, George Lougee, (7). 

Springer. Dist. No. 24, Colfax County. C. S. Cramer, (5). 

Texico, Dist. No. 2, Curry County, D. L. Adkins, (3). 

PRINCIPALS OF UNINCORPORATED TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 
(Figures in parenthesis indicate number of teachers). 

Bernalillo County — 

Albuquerque, Dist. No. 3, Mary S. Rowland, (3). 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 1. Dr. Marian P. Kyle, (3). 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 1, Maria Espinosa, (3). 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 5, Selma J. Anderson, (3). 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 9, Mrs. Maggie Woodworth. (3). 
Albuquerque. Dist. No. 13, Mrs. O'Conor Roberts, (4). 
Old Albuquerque, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. Sarah Hall Moore, (4). 

Chaves County — 

Elkins. Dist. No. 26, Mrs. A. E. Smith, (4). 
Kenna, Dist. No. 23, W. P. Irwin, (3). 

Colfax County — 

Dawson, Dist. No. 6, Pearl M. Hall, (12). 
Maxwell, Dist. No. 26, Jessie Chaffee, (4). 

Curry County — 

Melrose. Dist. No. 12, C. E. Gary, (6). 

Dona Ana — 

Anthony, Dist. No. 16, Mary Scarborough, (3). 

Tyrone, Dist. No. 5, Penelope Laughlin, (3). 

Canutillo. Texas, Dist. No. 13, Ezra Stemple, (3); M. J. Garrett, (3). 



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Cham'berino, Dist. No. 7, Alice B. Pulghum, (3). 

Dona Ana, Dist. No. 1, W. O. Evans, (4). 

La Mesa, Dist. No. 5, C. F. Miller, (3). 

Las Cruces, Dist. No. 12, Mary L. Woodson, (5). 

Mesilla Park, Dist. No. 28, Mrs. Aurelia Baumeister, (4) 

Eddy County — 

Lakowood, Dist. No. 7, Geo. M. Brinton, (6). 
Loving, Dist. No. 10, B. H. Kirk, (4). 
Lovington, Dist. No. 23, R. R. James, (5). , 

Malaga, Dist. No. 11, H. G. Howard, (3). 

Orant County — 

Central, Dist. No. 6, Clyde Crotchett, (3). 
Hachita, Dist. No. 10, F. G. Davis, (3). 
Hurley, Dist. No. 4, Mrs. A. B. Carter, (4). 
Lordsburg, Dist. No. 3, Ney B. Gorman, (7). 
Pinos Altos, Dist. No. 7, Lizzie R. Young, (3). 
Santa Rita^ Dist No. 2, W. H. Neblett, (6). 

Guadalupe County — 

Cuervo. Dist. No. 6, L. R. Haight, (3). 

Fort Sumner, Dist. No. 20, W. H. Dowry, (5). 

Santa Rosa, Dist. No. 8, R. E. Galloway, (10). 

AVest Vaughn, Dist. No. 33, T. j\I. Spriggs, (4). 

Lincoln County — 

Capitan, Dist. No. 28, Chas. L. Schreck, (6). 
Carrizozo, Dist. No. 13, E. W. Campbell, (3). 
Lincoln, Dist. No. 1, Ella Cook, (3). 

JVIcKinley County — 

Gibson, Dist. No. 2, Miss Jennie Morse, (4). 
IVIora County — 

Mora, Dist. No. 1, Sister J. Frances, (6). 

Roy, Dist. No. 33, J. E. Russell, (7). 

Wagon Mound, Dist. No. 12, R. R. Champion, (7). 

vOtero County — 

Cloudcroft, Dist. No. 11, J. J. Cridebring, (3). 
Tularosa, Dist. No. 4. Mrs. Kate Livingston, (8). 

Quay County — 

Logan, Dist. No. 23, C. W. Loftis, (3). 
Nara Visa, Dist. No. 33, W. F. Wall. (,4V 



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Rio Arriba County — 

Chama, Dist. No. 19, A. E. Carr, (3). 
Espanola, Dist. No. 45, Nelle C. Fuller, (3). 

Roosevelt County — 

Taiban, Dist. No. 30, W. F. Osborne,, (3). 
Tolar, Dist. No. 9, J. H. Kelso, (3). 

San Juan County — 

Flora Vista, Dist. No. 14, L. B. Baughman, (3). 

Sandoval County — 

Bernalillo, Dist. No. 1, Brother Francis. 

Pena Blanca, Dist. No. 51, Sister M. Ciementia. 

Santa Fe County — 

Cerillos, Dist. No. 7, Bessie Wisdom, (3). 

Santa Cruz, Dist. No. 18, Mrs. Perry Ferguson, (4j. 

Sierra County — 

Hillsboro, Dist. No. 2, Bessie Cavanaugh, (3). 

Socorro County — 

Magdalena, Dist. No. 12, Mrs. Geo. Dixon, (8). 

Mogollon, Dist. No. 47, J. C. Gordy, (5). 

San Marcial, Dist. No. 13, L. H. Dumenil, (4). 

Taos County — 

Questa, Dist. No. 7, H. R. Wisebart, (3). 
Ranches de Taos, Dist. No. 20, Jacob Bemal, (4). 
Taos, Dist. No. 1, Mrs. Emma Probert, (7). 

Torrance County — 

Duran, Dist. No. 10, J. I. Ferguson, (3). 
Mountainair, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. J E. Veal, (3). 
Willard, Dist. No. 6. A. L. Lacey, (3). 

Union County — 

Des Mo.nes, Dist. No. 4, I. C. Huff, (3). 

Valencia County — 

Adeline, Dist. No. 12, John H. Rain (3). 
Belen, Dist. No. 2, Mrs. Nora Brumback, (11). 
Los Lunas, Dist. No. 1, Miss Amelia Raff, (3). 



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PRINCIPALS OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. 

(Fourteen County High Schools have teen established under Chap- 
ter 57. Laws of 1912, as shown in the list below.") 

Bernalillo County High School, Albuquerque, John Milne, PrincipaL 

Colfax County High School, Raton, T. W. Conway, Principal. 

Eddy County High Schools, Artesia, C. E. Grover, Principal; 
Carlsbad, Nellie E. Wilson, Principal: Hope, S. J. Daley, Principal; 
Lovington, R. R. James, Principal. 

Guadalupe County High School, Santa Rosa, R. E. Galloway, Prin- 
eipal. 

Lincoln County High School, Capitan, Chas. L. Schreck, Principal. 

Luna County High School, Deming. J. B. Taylor, Principal. 

McKinley County High School, Gallup^ W. L. Bishop, Principal. 

Otero County High School, Alamogordo, J. Manley Morgan, Prin- 
cipal. 

Socorro County High Schools, Socorro, George Lougee, Principal; 
Magdalena, Mrs. George Dixon, Principal. 

Valencia County High School, Belen, Mrs. Nora Brumback, Prin- 
cipal. 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO (Albuquerque) 

Board of Regents 

G. L. Brooks, President Albuquerque 

J. A. Reidy, M. D.^ Secretary-Treasurer Albuquerque 

W. G. Haydon East Las Vegas 

Nathan Jaffa Roswell 

H. L. Bickley Raton 

Faculty 

David Ross Boyd, Ph. D., President of the University, salary, .$4,- 
000.00. 

Charles E. Hodgin, B. Pd., Professor of Education, salary $1,- 
800.00; Dean of the University, salary $200.00— $2,000.00. 

Charles T. Kirk, Ph. D., Head of the Department of Geology, sal- 
ary $1,800.00. 

Lynn Boal Mitchell, Ph. D., Head of the Department of Latin and 
^Greek, salary $1,800.00. 

John D. Clark, M. S., Ph. D., Professor Chemistry, salary $1„S00.00. 

C. E. Bonnett, B. A., B. Fd., M. A., Professor of Political Economy 
and Sociology', and in charge of University Extension Work, salary 
$1,800.00. 

Asa O. Weese, B. A., Head of Department of Biology, salary $1,- 
600.00. 

Josef Frederick Nelson, A. M., Head of the Department of Modern 
Languages, salary $1,500.00. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 9 

Josephine S. Parsons, A. B., Secretary of the University, Regis- 
trar, Secretary of Faculty, Associate Professor of Modem Languages, 
salary $1,500.00; contingent salary $200.00— $1,700.00. 

Ethel A. Hickey, B. A., Associate Professor of English, salary 
$1,500.00. 

Delia J. Sisler, Librarian, and Associate Professor of Library 
Science, salary $1,500.00. 

Will E. Edin-iton, B. A., Associate Professor of Mathematics, sal- 
ary $1,500.00. 

Dean A. Worcester, B. A., Associate Professor of Psychology and 
Philosopher, salary $1,500.00. 

Jesse L. Brenneman,* B. S., E. E., Associate and Electrical Engi- 
neering, salary $1,400.00. 

Margaret Gleason, B. Ph., B. S., Ed. B., Associate Professor of 
Household Economics, ,and Dean of W^omen, salary $1,300.00. 

A. W. Wand, B. S., in C. E. Instructor in Civil Engrg , salary, 
$850.00. 

A. K. Leupold B. S., Instructor in Shopwork, salary $618.00. 

Cherange Roberts, B. A., Assistant in Library and English Depart- 
ment, salary $450.00. 

Ralph F. Hutchinson, Director of Athletics, salary $1,500.00. 

E. Stanley Seder, Director of M'Usic, salary $900.00. 

I. N. Prickett, Supt. Buildingsi and Grounds, salary $1,200.00. 

William J. Higgins, Secretary to the President, salary $300.00. 

NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC 

ARTS. (Las Cruces.) P. O. State College 

Board of Regents 

James H. P'axton, President Las Cruces 

Morgan O. Llewellyn Las Cruces 

Francis E. Lester Mesilla Park 

R. R. Larkin East Las Vegas 

P. F. McCanna, Secretary-Treasurer Albuquerque 

Faculty 

Geo. E. Ladd, President and Professor of Geology, salary $4,500.00. 
Fabian Garcia, Director Ex. Sta., Prof. Hort., salary $2,500.00. 

E. A. Mossman, Registrar, salary $2,000. 

Luther Foster, Professor of Animal Husbandry, salary $2,000. 

C. T. Hagerty, Professor of Mathematics, salary $2,000. 

R. F. Hare, Professor of Chemistry, salary $2,100. 

R. W. Goddard, Professor of Engineering, salary $1,600. 

F. L. Bixby, Professor of Engineering, salary $500. (Part salary 
paid by U. S. Department of Agriculture.) 



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M. L. Hoblit, Ptofessor of Latin and Modern Languages, salary 
^1,800. 

J. H. Vauighan, Professor of History and Economics, salary $1,800. 

C. W. Russell, Professor of Physical Education, salary $1,800. 

E. P. Humbert, Professor of Agronomy, salary $2,100. 

Lieut. Herren, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, salary 
.$480. (Part salary paid by War Department.) 

Pearl C. Miller, Professor of Household Economics, salary $1,200. 

Frank Stockton, Professor of physics, salary $1,500. 

J. M. Mann, Professor of Biology, salary $1,600. 

S. S. Hookland, Professor of Commerce, salary $1,400. 

Mary F. Winningham, Dean of Women, salary $1,100. 

Floy E. French, Librarian, salary $1,000. 

Eda Lou Walton, Director of Music, (no salary). 

W. T. Conway, Asst. Superintendent of Extension, salary $1,800. 

F. W. Christensen, Nutr. Chemist, salary $1,700. 

G. P. SLocker, Associate Professor Civil Engineering, salary $1,600. 

E. Divilbiss, Assistant Prof, of Horticulture, salary $1,100. 

J. W. Wiggs, Assistant in English and Prin. Prep. Dept., salary 
$1,400. 

L. R. McNeeley, Asst. in Agronomy, salary $1,050. 

D. E. Merrill, Associate Professor of Biology, salary $1,250. 
Lucy T. Boyd, Assistant in Household Economics, salary $1,000. 
M. S. Bowen, Professor of Prac. Mechanics, salary $1,800. 

O. B. Metcalf , Instructor in Mechanics, salary $1,200. 

A. C. Cooley, Director Extension Work, salary $2,500. 

Miss Edna Ross, State Leader Home Economics, salary $1,200. 

A. F. Barnes^ Dean of Engineering, salary $2,500. 

S. B. Neff, Professor of English, salary $2,500. 

Mildred Fulghum (Student), Assistant Librarian, salary $600. 

Robert Latta, Assistant in Animal Husbandry, salary $1,100. 

J. R. Meeks, Assistant in Animal Husbandry, salary $1,050. 

Joe Qintero, Assistant in Chemistory, salary $1,050. 

Geo. Kable, Assistant in Irrigation, salary $1,200. 

L. J. Cochrane, Assistant in Commerce, salary $900. 

A. B. Fite (Student), Assistant in Horticulture, salarj- $450. 

Roland Harwell, Assistant in Agronomy, salary $1,200. 

R. V. Ware, Assistant Registrar, salary $900. 

C. P. Wilson, Sec. Extension Dept , salary $1,350. 

D. W. Bloodgood, Assistant in Irrigation, salary $650. 

It must be borne in mind that the above list includes the Experi- 
ment Station staff as well as the teaching force of the College. About 
$17,000 of the above salaries is devoted exclusively to experimental 
work under the Hatch and Adams acts, and $37,000 to teaching those 
subjects allowed under the provisions of the Morrill act. This makes 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 11 

a total of $54,000 paid out of tlie United States government funds. Of 
the $11,500 paid from State funds $8,000 is for general administration 
and $3,500 for teaching. 

NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MINES (Socorro) 

Board of Regents 

A. C. Torres, President Socorro 

Capt. M. Cooney, Secretary-Treasurer Socorro 

M. W. Barrowdale . Magdalena 

John Mclntyfe San Antonio 

J. E. Smith Socorro 

Blanche E. Reed, Clerk Socorro 

Faculty 

Fayette A. Jones, C. E., E. M., LL. D., President, salary $3,000. 

Thomas C. McKay, A. M., Ph. D., Prof, of Mathematics and Phys- 
ics, salary $1,800. 

Gustavus E. Anderson, S. B., A. M., Prof, of Geology, salary $1,800. 

Viggo E. Hanson, B. S., Prof, of Civil Engineering, salary $1,400. 

Elton L. Quinn, A. B., Ph. D., Prof, of Chemistry, salary $1,500. 

Howard N. Strief, B. S., Prof, of Mining and Metallurgical Engi- 
neering, salary $1,500. 

J. B. Gunter, B. Ped., M. Pd., Principal Academic Department, sal- 
ary $1,000. 

Manuel Sanchez, Instructor in Spanish (nine months), salary $225. 

Blanche E. Reed, Registrar, salary 



NEW MEXICO STATE NORMAL SCHOOL (Silver City) 

Board of Regents 

C. W. Marriott, President Silver City 

Jackson Agee, Secretary-Treasurer Silver City 

John Corhett Deming 

H. H. Betts Silver City 

Van T. Manville Silver City 

Faculty 

E. L. Enloe, President, salary $2,700. 
J. E. Brownlee, Vice President, Science, salary $1,631.63. 
Wilfred J. Forsythe, English, salary $1,332.21. 
Isabel Ward, Spanish, salary $1,222. 
Ethel Pickett, Domestic Science, salary $1,277.21. 
Myron R. Lugibihl, Latin and Pedagogy, salary $1,466.63. 
W. G. Shumway, Mathematics and Manual Training, salary $1,- 
466.63. 

Lillian Kieke, Commercial Department, salary $ 



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Leo A. Douglas, Secretary and Spanish Instructor, salary 

Winnie Delzell, Music and Art, also Preceptress of the Dorm- 
itory, salary $1,441. 

Lela Manville, Principal Training School, salary $1,080. 

Mary C. Oliver, Critic Teacher in Training School, salary $810. 
$810. 

Ella Schafranka, Critic Teacher in Training School, salary $810. 
$810. 

Nina Light, Critic Teacher in Training' School, salary $675. 

Mary H. Eckles, Kindergarten, salary $900. 

Lynn Dunlop, Librarian, salary $153. 

Mabel Teed, Stenographer, salary $153. 

J. J. Nink, monitor for boys, salary $153. 

J. R. Roibal, Custodian of Buildings, salary $600. 

Mrs. Jessie Flora, Matron of Dormitory, salary $935. 

E. J. Jennings, Fireman of Heating Plant, salary $600 

NEW MEXICO NORMAL UNIVERSITY. (Las Vegas.) 

Board of Regents 

F. E. Olney. President Las Vegas 

M. W. Browne, Secretary-Treasurer. Las "Vegas 

Charles Ilfeld Las Vegas 

J. D. W. Veeder Las Vegas 

Bugenio Romero Mora 

Faculty 

Frank H. H. Roberts, B. Fed., B. Ph., A. M., Ph. D., LL. D., Pres- 
ident and Professor of Sociology and History, salary $3,500. 

Frank Carron, B. Ped., M. Ped., A. B., A. M., Dean and Professor 
■of Psychology and Education, salary $2,200. 

Tomas G. Rodgers, A. B., A. M., Assistant Dean and Professor of 
Mathematics, salary $1,300. 

Ida Kruse McFarlane, A. B., A. M., Lift. D., Special lecturer, salary 
$100. 

Arthur H. Van Home, A. B., PTofessor of Latin and Librarian, 
salary $1,100. 

Bessie Watt, Ph., B., Critic Teacher, First and Second Grades, 
salary $1,000. 

Esther Mangan, A. B., Critich Teacher. Third and Fourth Grades, 
salary $1,000. 

@Mabel E. Hall, Matron, La Casa de Ramona, salary $600. 

Susie Whitaker, Graduate Gem City Business College, Professor 
of Commercial Branches, salary $1,000. 

Jennie Pearl Hutchison, B. Ped., M. Ped., Critic Teacher, Seventh 
Grade, salary $1,000. 



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Harriette Bdythe Mann, B. Ped., Critic Teaclier, Eighth Grade, 
salary $1,000. 

Sue Hutchison, B. S., A. B., Critic Teacher, Filth and Sixth Grades, 
salary $1,000. 

Wilhelmina Vollmer, Student in Germany and Spain, Assistant ux 
Spanish, salary $450. 

Mao H. Donaldson, A. B., A. M., Professor of English, salary $1,000. 

Clyde D. Williams, B. S., Director of Manual Arts, salary $1,200. 

Clarence Flavins Lewis, A. B., Professor of Science, salary $1,059. 

Marie Senecal, B. Ped., M. Ped., A. B., Assistant Director of Avz 
and Music, salary $950. 

Charles Edward McCluxe, B. Ped., B. Ph., Associate Professor of 
Eduoation and History, salary $1,200. 

Lulu E. Stallman, B. S., Professor of Household Arts, salary $1,000. 

Rose Kellogg, Assistant in Domestic Science, salary $200. 

@Ruth Anderson, Assistant Librarian, salary $150. 

@Rhoda G. Houtz, Secretary to the President, salary $900. 

@Saiary lor 12 months. Other salaries for 9 months. 

NEW MEXICO SPANISH-AMERICAN NORMAL SCHOOL. (El Rito.) 
Board of Regents 

Francisco Delgado, President Santa Fe 

Samuel Eldodt, Secretary-Treasurer Chamiia 

J. W. Beck El Rito 

V enceslao Jaramillo El Rito 

Porf ino AbreU Penasco 

Faculty 

Ottway C. Zingg, A. B., M. Pd , President, salary $1,500. (Apart- 
ments furnished.) 

Eloisa Baca, instructor, salary $1,200 (and room.) 

Mrs. O. C. Zingg, Matron and Domestiq Science, (salary not yet 
fixed.) 

Alfred Livingston, Jr., Manual Training, Electrician, salary $360, 
(part time.) 

NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE. (Roswell.) 
Board of Regents 

E. A. Cahoon, President Rosweli 

J. E. Rhea, Vice-President Rosweli 

J. W. P'oe, Secretary Rosweli 

J. p. White, Treasurer Rosweli 

W. A. Finlay Carlsbad 



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Faculty 

Col. J as. W. Willsou. Supermtendent. salar $3,600. 

Lt. Col. W. S. Barlow, French and Englisli, salary $1,425. 

Maj. D. C. Pearson, Mathematics, salary' $2,400. 

Maj. J. Ross Thomas, Drawing and Mathematics, salary $1,075. 

Maj. John MoClure, Chemistrj- and English, salar>- $1,800. 

Maj. L. R. Forney, Commandant of Cadets, Physics, salary $1,350. 

Maj. F. P. Spencer, English and Latin, salary $1,530. 

Capt. J. C. Troutman. History, salary $1,710. 

Uapt. C. M. Rademacher, German and Athletics, salary $1,500. 

Capt. J. J. McLure, Jr., Surveying and English, salary $1,035. 

Capt. G. V. Clayton, Spanish, salary $G75. 

Capt. G. L. Erwin, Commercial Courses, salary $S40. 

Capt. C. H. Parker, Assistant Instructor, salary $325. 

Capt. H. P. Saunders, Jr.. Assistant Instructor, salary $315. 

Capt. F. W. Thompson, Quartermaster, salary $1,260. 

Capt. H. A. Ingalls, Post Surgeon, salary $.'iOO. 

Capt. A. D. Crile, Post Chaplain, salary $500. 

Capt. Jack Fletcher, Bandmaster, salary $720. 

IMiss Lou B. Gee. Nurse. salar>^ $405. 

DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM. (Santa Fe.) 
Board of Regents 

S. C Cartwright, President Santa Fe 

M. T. Dunlavy. Secretary Santa Fe 

B. E. Hedding Mountainair 

Alexander Gusdorf Taos 

Cipriano Lucero ■ Cerrillos 

Faculty 

W. O. Connor. Jr.. .M. A., Superintendent, salary $1,200. 
Mrs. E. Gutterman, Mation, salary $450. 
Manuel Martinez, Janitor and Gardener, salary $600. 
Gregorita Jenks. Cook, salan- $270. 
L. Quintana, Laundress, salarj- $162. 
Bessie Rodrigues, Servant, salary $135. 
Dolores Lovato, Specifil, salary $45. 

J. B. Bumgardner. B. A.. Art. Manual Training and Drawing, salary 
$720. 

Gertrude B. Sorrells. Teacher, salary $585. 
:^Iyrtle Collatt. Teacher, salarj- $607.50. 
Madge Collatt. Teacher, salary $447.50. 



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NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. (Alamogordo.) 

Board of Regents 

George B. Barber, President Carrizozo 

George J. Wolfinger, Secretary-Treasurer Alamogordo 

J. L. Lawson Alamogordo 

A. J. Holland Carrizozo 

Cesario Duran Tularosa 

(The salaries given are monthly for 10 months.) 

Faculty 

R. R. Pratt, Superintendent, salary |150. 

Birdie togie, Music, salary $75. 

Shirley B. Smith, Music and Literary, salary $50. 

Sara C. McKenzie, Matron and Domestic Science, salary $60. 

Wayne Applegate, Boys' Industrial and Supervisor, salary $50. 

Fannie Valverde, Girls 'Industrial, salary $30. 

Flossie Sant'ord, Girls' Supervisor and Office Assistant, salary $45. 

Hazelle Sanford, Boys' Supervisor, salary $20. 

Fred Le Min, Night Watchman, salary $55. 

John Rash, Janitor, salary $35. 

Maria Sainz, Cook, salary $40. 

Feliciana Baldinado, House girl, salary $29. 

Felicitas Sanchez House girl, salary $20. 

Katrina Sanchez, House girl, salary $20. 

Angelita Chavez, House girl, salary $20. 

Luipe Ruiz, House girl, salary $20. 

Narcissa Rayoz, Laundress, salary $60. 

MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO. (Santa Fe.) 

Board of Regents. 

W. C. McDonald Santa Fe 

John R. McFie, President Santa Fe 

Frank Springer Las 'Vegas 

Ralph E. Twitchell Santa Fe 

James L. Seligman Santa Fe 

N. P. Laughlin, Treasurer Santa Fe 

Staff. 

E. L. Hewett, Ph.D., Director. 

Paul A. F. Walter, Assistant Director and Secretary. 

Mrs. Harry L Wilson, Librarian 

Mrs. "Vera Rathburn, Stenographer. 



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SCHOOL OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY. (Santa Fe.) 

(The School of American Archaeology has its library, lecture 
rooms, museum, laboratories, etc., in the historic Palace of the Gover- 
nors in accordance with New Mexico statutes. It is under the manage- 
ment of a committee appointed by the Archaeological Institute of 
America.) 

Staff. 

Edgar L. Hewett, Ph.D., Director. 
Paul A. F. Walter, Secretary and Assistant Director. 
Sylvanus G. Morley, Fellow Central American Archaeology. 
Kenneth M. Chapman, Lecturer and Special Research Work. 

NEW MEXICO REFORM SCHOOL, (Springer.) 
Board of Trustees 

Governor W. C. McDonald, Ex-Ofticio Member Santa 1<^ 

Wm. French, President Cimarron 

George Tindall, Vice President Springer 

A. C. Cellier, Secretary-Treasurer Springer 

Doroteo Martinez Roy 

John Morrow Raton 

Resident Officers. 
(AH salaries are paid monthly.) 

James D. McPike, Superintendent, salary -^ . 

John F. Woodjey, Teacher, salary $45. 

A. C. Rivers, Drillmaster and Chai-ge of Departments, salary $60. 
T .Martinez, Farmer, salary $60. 

(All officers are entitled to board and lodging in addition to 
salaries.) 



ALBUQUERQUE. 

(Term, 9 months, but the salary is paid monthly for 12 months. 
The superintendent is John Milne, who receives an annual salary of 
$2,500. Chairman of the Board of Education, M. E. Hickey; Clerk, E. 
W. Tennent.) 

Mrs. T. I. Butts, Principal Ward School and First Grade, salary 
$104.17. 

Mata Tway, First Grade, salar $70.83. 

Ida Elder, First and Second Grades, salary $70.83. 

Lillie Keepers, First Grade, salary $70.83. 

Elsie McGregor, First and Second Grades, salary $70.83. 

Jane Herron, First Grade, salary $66.66. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 17 

Minnie G. Dielil, First Grade, salary $66.66. 

Jane L. Walsli, First Grade, $58.33. 

Margaret SaA^age, First and Second Grades, salary $58.33. 

Rhoda Swayne, First Grade, salary $58.33. 

M. Anna Swayne, First Grade, salary $50.00. 

Theresa McKenzie, Second Grade, salary $58.33. 

Leone Parker, Second Grade, salary $58.33. 

Teresa Armijo, Second Grade, salary $54.17. 

Mary Costello, Second and Third Grades, salary $54.17. 

Erna Schroeder, Second Grade, salary $50.00. 

Vida Pinney, Third Grade, salary $66.66. 

Margaret Keleher, Third Grade, salary $66.66. 

Ruby Rhea, Third Grade, salary $62.50. 

lana McGregor, Third Grade, salary $58.33. 

Sophia Romero, Third Grade, salary $50.00. 

R. Eicheniberger, Third and Fourth Grades, salary $32.50. 

Eugenia Keleher, Fourth Grade, salary $66.66. 

E. Myrtle Plant, Fourth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Julia Robertson, Fourth GradTe, salary $66.66. 

Adah Vaughn, Fourth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Ona E. Schupp, Fourth and Fifth Grades, $62.50. 

Alleen Keeler, Fourth Frade, salary $58.33. 

Loretta Bratton, Fourth and Fifth Grades, salary $58.33. 

E. V. Tohill, Fifth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Kathryn Keenan, Fifth Grade, salary $58.33. 

Geo. Mitchell, Fourth and Fifth Grades, $95.83. 

M. L. Keenan, Sixth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Jettie Murphy, Sixth Grade, salary $66.66. 

J. p. Bentley, Sixth Grade, salary $95.83. 

J. R. MoCollum, Principal of Ward School and Sixth Grade, 
salary $104.17. 

Belle Sweet, Sixth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Grace D. Cassatt, Sixth Grade, salary $58.33. 

G. B. Jones, Principal of Ward School and Seventh Grade, salary 
$104.17. 

Winifred Hillyard, Seventh Grade, salary $70.83. 

Cora Allen, Seventh Grade, salary $66.66. 

Sallie E. King, Eighth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Maud Rogers, Eighth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Helen Kenyon, Eighth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Gertrude Takken, Eighth Grade, salary $66.66. 

Lyda Sloan, Eighth Grade, salary $62. .50. 

J. "W. Giltner, Principal of High School, salary $129.17. 

Ella M. LeBar, Instructor in High School, salary $104.17. 

P. E. Leavenworth, Instructor In High School, $83.33. 

Florence Palmstrom, Instructor in High School, salary $79.16". 



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Susan KUnkliainiuor, Ins^truotov in High School, salary |79.1G. 

Elsie Warnock, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

Jeanette Inches. Instructor in High School, salaiy $75.00. 

R. L. Repp, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

iMargaret Dickson, Instructor in High School, salary $lUi.GG. 

E. C. Benson, .Manual Training, salary $91. lU;. 

Jennie L. Trott, Music, salary $So.oo. 

Ruth Bright, Domestic Science, $70.So. 

Lydia B. Fadner, Physical Culture, salary $70. S3. 

Bernice Palmer, Dra'wing, salary $70. S3. 

CLOVIS 

(.Term 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months. Super- 
intendent monthly lor 12 months, chairman Board of Education, J. 
A. Latta; Clerk, Mrs. S. C. Nutter.) 

W. E. Carroon, Superintendent, salary $141. lUi. 

A. R. Seder, Principal High School. $110.00. 

Leila George, Latin, salary, $S5. 

Tna M. Barnett, History, salary $S5. 

Katherine Burns, Spanish and English, salary $S5. 

Lucie B. Alexander, English and Science, sahiry $70. 

Maude Hancock, Music and Commercial, salarj' $S5. 

Mrs. E E. Bundy. Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Hertlia Mulhall. Fifth Grade, salary $70. 

Ruby Neff. Fourth Grade, salary $05. 

Neva Odom, Third Grade, salary $70. 

Edna King, Second Grade, salary $70. 

Verda Norris, First Grade, salai-j- $S5. 

Nina Davis, Second and Third Grades, salary $70. 

Albertine Starrett, First and Second Grades, salary $S5. 

D. I. Barnett, First to Fourth Grades, salaiy $G5. 
Mrs. Dora Rice, Fourth and Fifth Grades, $60. 

EAST LAS VEGAS 

(Term 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months, except 
the superintendent. Chairman of the Board of Education. W. G. Hay- 
don; Clerk. Chas. Tamme.) 

High School Teachers 

Byi-on J. Read. Superintendent. :\lanual Training, annual salary 
$1,500. 

E. C. Ringer. H. S. Principal, Science and Mathematics, salary 
?111.11. 

Harriett K. Davis, English, salary $90. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 19 

Mabel Hull, Spanish and Mathematics, salary $90. 
Iva Markham, Lfatin and History, salary $90. 
Mrs. B. J. Read, Domestic Science, salary $40. 
Mrs. Adolphine Kohn, Music and Art, salary $85. 

Grade Teachers 

Mabel Hobart, Principal Castle School, Eighth Grade, salary $80. 
Hattie E. Patterson, Seventh Grade, salary $70. 
.Teannette Ward,. Sixth Grade, salary $60. 
Emma Tamme, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 
Mossy York, Fourth and Fifth Grades, salary $60. 
Minnie Kohn, Principal Douglas Ave., School, First Grade, salary 
$85. 

Alida Carlson, Spanish Special, salary $65. 
Mary Hanson, First Grade, salary $60. 
Cora Montague, Second Grade, $70. 
Louise Lowry, Second Grade, salary $65. 
Teresa Devine, Third Grade, salary $70. 
Phebe Hart, Third Grade, salary $50. 
Bertha Papen, Fourth Grade, salary $70. 
Ruth Conrad, Substitute, salary $3 per day. 

RATON 

(Term 9 months. Superintendent is paid in twelve installments, 
all other teachers paid for 9 months. John Morrow, President Board 
of Education; Alf Jelfs, Clerk Board of Education.) 

T. W. Conway, Superintendent, salary $2,000. 

J. H. Dowden, H. S. Principal, salary $150. 

M. G. Young, Science, salary $111.11. 

Charlotte Mead, English, salary $100. 

Josephine Mousley, Latin-Spanish, salary $100. 

C. L. Ellis, Manual Training, salary $138.89. 

Grace Gillette, Domestic Science, salary $122.22. 

E. M. Webb, Commercial Department, salary $100, 

Marjorie Fuller, Music-Art, salary $90. 

High School Building 

Martha Jolitz, Eighth Grade, salary $80.00. 
Minnie Stump, Seventh Grade, salary $75. 
Marella Wrigley, Sixth Grade, salary $60. 
Alaska Davis, Fifth Grade, salary $75. 
Mabel Goin, Fourth Grade, salary $75. 
Neville Conn, Third Grade, salary $75. 
Marguerite Murphy, Second Grade, salary $75. 
Gussie Dyer, First Grade, salary $80. 



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Columbian Building 

Mrs. Wm. Oliver, Principl and Seventh Grade, $S5. 
Mabel A. Paris, Sixth Grade, salary $60. 
Ida Wynet. Fifth Grade, salary $60. 
Nell Neal, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 
Clara E. Coulter, Third Grade, salary $75. 
Jennie Bennett. First Grade, salary $S0. 

Longfellow Building 

Mrs. Alexia Coronel, Principal and First Grade, salary $So. 

Bessie Sheldon, First Grade, salary $75. 

L.aura Manby, First Grade, salary $60. 

Eloise "Macbeth, Second Grade, salary $65. 

Mrs. H. S. Palmer, Third Grade, salary $60. 

Catherine McLaughlin. Fourth and Filth Grades, salary $60. 

Supply Teachers 

Mrs. A. P. Tarkington, salary $60. 
Clara Tanberg, salary $60. 
Mrs. R. H. Hughes, salary $60. 
Marion Blackwell, salary $60. 

ROSWELL 

(Term 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months, except 
ing Superintendent Hall and Mr. Pope who are paid monthly for 12 
months. Chairman of the Board of Education, D. F. Thomas; Clerk, 
Mrs. O. R. Haymaker.) 

W. O. Hall, Superintendent, salary $200. 

H. W. Mclntire, Principal and Physics, salary $166.66. 

Myrtle Decker, Assistant Principal and Spanish, salary $115. 

R. E. Morris, Mathematics, salai-y $115. 

Grace Quigley, Mathematics, salary $100. 

Margaret Kennedy, English, salary $105. 

G. M. Klingner, Assistant English and Athletic coach, salary $115. 

Alice Lieurance, Latin, salary $105. 

T. H. Briggs, Chemistry and Botany, salary $100. 

Gertrude Hunter, History, salary $105. 

Eunice Brown, Domestic Science, salary $85. 

William Parent, Manual Training, salary $121.40. 

Ada Buckmaster, Drawing, salary $90. 

Vera Shearer, Music, salary $85. 

Grade Work 

D. N. Pope. Assistant Superintendent and Principal of Central 
School, salary $125. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 21 

Sarah G. Armstrong, First Grade, salary $75. 

Maggie Prentice, First Grade, salary $65. 

Pearl Werline, Second Grade, salary $70. 

Bonnie Dysart, Second Grade, salary $75. 

Edna Walborn, Third Grade, salary $70. 

Pearl Manley, Third Grade, salary $65. 

Inez Cosgrove, Fourth Grade, salary $75. 

Stella Pope, Fourth and Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Eugenia Poirson, Fifth Grade and Physical Culture, salary $80. 

Kathryn Waller, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Nora Sanders, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Blmyra Miller, Sixth Grade, salary $65. 

Lottie Herbert, Seventh Grade, salary $65. 

Clara Whitescarver, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Carrie Skillman, Seventh Grade and Assistant Principal, salary $90. 

Blanche Davenport, Sixth Grade, salary $75. 

Jennie Kenny, Principal P'auley School, salary $100. 

Mary Myers, Third Grade, salary $65. 

Dora Huntley, Second Grade, salary $65. 

Eloise Switzler, First Grade, salary $65. 

Ethel Coleman, Second Grade and Principal North Hill School, 
salary $95. 

Jesse Bell, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 

Minerva Boone, Third Grade, salary $65. 

May Hanks, First Grade, salary $70. 

Irene Coleman, Principal Belle Plain School and Third Grade, 
salary $75. 

Dorothy K. Russell, First Grade, salary $70. 

Anita Scott, Colored School, salary $45. 

SANTA FE. 

(Term, 9 months, but teachers are paid for nine and one-half 
months, excepting the Superintendent, whose salary is $2,000 per year. 
The Chairman of the Board of Education is J. D. Sena; Clerk, J. H. 
Wagner.) 

J. H. Wagner, Superintendent, annual salary $2,000. 

B. J. Roth, Principal, salary $100. 

Mrs. George Van Stone, Music, salary $45. 

Mrs. Mary W. Martin, Drawing, salary $45. 

Rhoda Hoke, Domestic Science and Art, salary $80. 

Etta N. Moore, English, salary $70. 

Ada Harvey, Mathematics, salary $70. 

Helena Randall, Latin, salary $70. 

Marie Sena, Spanish, salary $55. 

Alberta J. Smith, Seventh and Eighth Grades, salary $70. 



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Lela Laws, Sixth Grade, salary $60. 

Adah M. Pinnell, Fifth Grade, salary $1)0. 

Josephine Cunningham, Fourth Grade, salary $o5. 

Helen Harrison, Third Grade, salary $60. 

Dorothy Safford, Second Grade, salary $55. 

Minnie Laws, Primary, salary $60. 

Jane Groves, Kindergarten, salary $60. 

.Tuanita Sena, Second Grade, Second "Ward, salary $60. 

Isabel Lorenzo. First Grade, Second Ward, salary $55. 

TUCUMCARI. 

(Term, 9 months. Chairman Board of Education, A. D. Golden- 
berg; Clerk, Harriett N. Donohoo.) 

Joseph S. Hofer, Superintendent, Psychology. Algebra, salary 
$222.22. 

W. D. Shadwick, Principal, ^lathematics and ^lanual Training. 
salary $111.11. 

Elizabeth Stephenson. Commercial Department, salary $80. 

Hazel H. Myers, Chemistry and Domestic Science, salary $S0. 

Eugenia Roy, Spanish and Eighth Grade, salary $75. 

Florence ]\I, Seder, Latin and English, salary $65. 

iGeorgia Gardner, Piano and Orchestra, salary $90. 

Myrtice Nelms. Eighth Grade and Violin, salary $75. 

Nellie Hershberger, Seventh Grade, salary $70. 

Mae Luttrell, Sixth Grade, salary $6."i. 

Lillian A. Bess, Principal, Fifth Grade, salary $1S5. 

Evalina Walker, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 

Claudia Whittle. Fourth and Third Grades, salary $60. 

Eula Street, Third Grade, salary $60. 

'Grace L. .leffrey. Third and First Grades, salary $70. 

Louise Murphy, Second Grade, salary $6."i. 

Cornelia Burke, Second and First Grades, salary $70. 

Marv Fitzgerald. First Grade, salary $70. 



BERNALILLO COUNTY. 

(A. Montoya, Albuquerque, County Superintendent.) 
1. Dr. IMarian E. Kyle, Principal, 402 W. Silver Ave., Albuquerque, 
Prof. $75, 9 mos; Moises Saavedra. Albuquerque. 

Barbarita Chaves, 514 W. Lead. Albuquerque, 3rd, $50. 9 mos. 
Vicenta Montoya, Box 210. Albuquerque. 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
j\Iaria Espinosa, Principal. 314 N. 6th, Albuquerque. 1st. $65, 9 mos. 
Agues Childers, 124 S. Walter. Albuquerque. Prof. $55, 9 mos. 
Pauline Sewell, Albuquerque, Prof., $55. 9 mos. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 23 

3. Mary S. Howland, 'Principal, Alameda, Prof., $60, 9 mos; Bmi- 
liano Saiz, Alameda. 

Margaret Schmidt, 724 S. Broadway, Albuquerque, Prof. $50, i) mos. 
Joselina Quintana, 1005 N. Arno, Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

4. Mrs. J. T. Ortega, Principal, 1123 N. Arno, Albuquerque, 2nd, 
$70, 9 mos; Jose Martinez, Alameda. 

Rosalie With, 815 W. Mountain R., Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

5. Selma J. Anderson, principal, 200 Lewis Ave., Albuquerque, 1st, 
$65, 9 mos; Jesus M. Sanchez, 1322 S. 3rd., Albuquerque. 

Josephine V. Creel, 218 S. High, Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Helen Schmidt, 724 S. Broadway, Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

6. Dorothy M. White, Principal, 906 W. New York, Albuquerque, 
1st, $65, 9 mos; Patrocinio Chaves, padillas. 

Estella C. Kelly, Pajarito, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

7.. Isabel Giron, Tijeras, 3rd, $50, 8 mos; Juan Olguin, Tijeras. 

9. Mrs. Maggie Woodworth, Principal, Albuquerque, Prof, $60, 9 
mos; Jake S. Armijo, Box 298, Albuquerque. 

Lois Fergusson, Albuquerque, 1st, $45, 9 mos. 

Isabel Perea, 506 W. Iron, Albuquerque, 3rd, $45, 9i mos. 

10. Trinidad Garcia, 711 W. Marquette, Albuquerque, Per., $50, 5 
mos; Frank C. Mora, Chilili. 

11. Adele Bordenave, 1507 W. Marble, Albuquerque, 1st, $75, 9 
mos; P. H. Metzgar, Pajarito. 

12 and 26. (See Page 16.) 

13. Mrs. Sarah H. Moore, Principal, Old Albuquerque, Prof., $75, 
9 mos; Nestor Montoya, Albuquerque. 

Aurelia Montoya, Old Albuquerque, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 

Jennie Tierney, 524 N. 5th., Albuquerque, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Flora Springer, Old Albuquerque, Per. $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. C. O'Connor Roberts, Principal, 223 W. Granite, Albuquerque, 
Life, $75, 9 mos. 

Julia Keleher, 501 W. Fruit, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Laurine Asselin, 509 W. Slate, Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Elizabeth Wells, 710 S. 7th., Albuquerque, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Irene M. Burke, Principal, 616 W. Tijeras, Albuquerque, 1st, $70, 
9 mos. 

Barbara Harris, 519 N. 2nd., Albuquerque, Prof. $fiO, 9 mos. 

Beatrice Armijo, Principal, 503 N. 4th, Albuquerque, Prof., $65, 9 
mos. 

Edith Loebs, 723 N. 2nd., Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

14. Mr. Maximo A. Perea, Alameda, 3rd, $50, 9 mos; Saulo Her- 
rera, cfo Rosenwald's, Albuquerque. 

15. Edna L. McChesney, 417 W. Fruit, Albuquerque, 1st, $70, 9 
mos; J. S. Bowers, Albuquerque. 



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16. Angela Ferea, 1209 S. Broadway, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 
mos; Eduardo Sanchez, Armijo. 

17. Mrs. Isabel Chavez, Chilili, Per., $40, 5 mos; Manuel .Taramillo. 
Tijeras. 

22. Alice Schreiber, 923 N. 2nd., Albuquerque, Prof., $60, 9 mos; 
Elfego Garcia, Old Albuquerque. 

Mabel Barton, Indian School, Albuquerque, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Lorena Wells, 710 S. 7th., Albuquerque, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

23. Mr. Donaciano Gutierrez, Tijeras, Per., $45, 5 mos; Justo Gu- 
tierrez, Tijeras. 

24. Fannie May Jones, Barton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. J. King, Barton. 
28. Mr. Ben E. Garcia, 1403 S. Broadway, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50. 

19 mos; Pedro Aranda cfo Rosenwald's, Albuquerque. 

34. Senaida Gonzales, Tijeras, Per., $50, 5 mos; Carlos Griego, 
Tijeras. 

36. Frances Murphy, 704 W. Gold, Albuquerque, Ist, $50, 9 mos; 
Felipe Romero, Alameda. 

39. Mr. Jose A. Nieto, Placitas, Per., $40, 5 mos; Desiderio Can- 
delaria, Placitas. 

41. Ida Garcia, Old Albuquerque, Per., $35, 5 mos; Amado Nuanes, 
'Tijeras. 

44. Hazel Hicks, Old Albuquerque, 1st.. $50, 5 mos; .lose M. Gu- 
itierrez, Tijeras. 

45. Amalia Chavez, 514 W. Lead, Albuquerque, Per., $45, 5 mos; 
'Carlos Lopez, Tijeras. 

47. Mrs. Reta B. Mathews, Chilili, 1st, $85, 9 mos: Jose D. Maldo- 
Tiado, Chilili. 

48. Mr. Jose Salazar, 430 W. Pacific, Albuquerque, 3rd, $50, 9 mos; 
Jose Sanchez y Montoya, Armijo. 

CHAVES COUNTY. 

(C. C. Hill, Roswell, County Superintendent.) 

1. Roswell. (See Page — .) 

2. Estelle Hays, Roswell, 1st, $85, 8 mos; J. H, Godart. 
Anna E. Carr, Roswell, 1st., $65, !S mo.s 

3. Ola Jones, Roswell, 1st., $75, 8 mos; G. D. Ferrine. 
Evalyn Van Horn, Roswell, 1st., $50, 8 mos. 

4. Bert Paxton, Roswell, 2nd., $50, 7 mos; J. H. McPherson. 

5. J. W. Wilferth, Roswell, 2nd., $50, 5 mos; P. G. Baker. 
Mrs. A. A. Smith, Ingleville, 2nd., $60, 7 mos, 

Alice Bowlin, Buchanan, 2nd., $60, 7 mos. 
Mrs. C. M. Baker, Dunlap, Per., $50, 7 mos. 
Mrs. Alice Hutcheson, White Flat, 2nd., $60, 7 mos. 
J^lma Stark, Buchanan, 3rd., $50, 7 mos. 



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6. C. D. Bonney, Hagerman, 1st, $110, 9 mos; Willis Pardee. 
T. N. Russell, Hagerman, 1st., $85, 9 mos. 

Eva Hillan. Haserman, 1st., $70, 9 mos. 
Grace Wetherald, Hagerman, 2nd., $68, 9 mos. 
Lulu Miller, Hagerman, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 
Anna Hoag, Hagerman, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 
Lucy Thomas, Hagerman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Leah Burrows, Roswell, 2nd., $50, 7 mos; O. L. Williams. 
Elizabeth Hunter, Roswell, 1st., $40, 7 mos. 

8. Jas. M. Bickley, Dexter, 1st, $144.44, 9 mos.; C. W. Haliburton. 
J. W. Tanner, Dexter, 1st., $80, 9 mos. 

Eddye Johnston, Dexter, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. U. S. Clark, Dexter, 1st., $70, 9 mos. 
Bulah Reiff, Dexter, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 

9. Mrs. Norris Harber, Roswell, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; M. V. Corn, Jr. 

10. J. W. Miller, New Hope, Per., $50, 5 mos; M. L .Turner. 

11. Mamie Head, Elva, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; J. M. Glaze. 
J. A. M. Biles, Elva, 1st., $50, 7 mos. 

Willie M. Johnson, Byried, Per., $25, 5 mos. 
Gladys Miller, Olive, Per., $40, 5 mos. 

12. D. M. Proudfit, Roswell, 1st., $90, 9 mos; W. C. Vandoren. 
Setta Jones, Roswell. 1st., $60, 9 mos. 

13. Eloise Parsons, Lower Penascc, 1st., $60, 7 mos; Boyd Wil- 
liams. 

14. Luella Hoard, Lower Penasco, 1st., $60, 7 mos; Jesse Sowell. 

15. Frank W^ortman, Dunken, 1st., $62, 7 mos; S. B. Cox, Jr. 
Louise Holland, Pinon, 1st., $20, 5 mos. 

16 Gertrude Rabb, Dexter. 1st, $50, 7 mos; A. D. Hill. 

17. Myrtle HoAvard, Felix, 3rd., $50, 7 mos; N. Pendergrass. 

18. Belle Norton, Ranger Lake, 1st, $65, 7 mos; J. B. Martin. 
Mrs. S. S. Koerpel, Jenkins, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

19. Chas. H. Young. Greenfield, 1st, $75 8 mos; M. Y. Monical. 
Ruth Lathrop, Greenfield, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

P. P. Mellon, Blackdom, Per., $45, 5 mos. 

20. Jesse Knox, Lake Arthur, 1st., $100, 9 mos: W. A. Bratton. 
Myrtle Knox, Lake Arthur, 1st., $55, 9 mos. 

Pearl Hoard, Lake Arthur, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 

Oliver Hadder, Lake Arthur, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; R. H. Brown. 

22. W. F. Irwin, Kenna, 1st, 085, 8 mos.; H. W. Fry. 

Beatrice Cooper, Kenna, 2nd, $45, 8 mos. 

Gertrude Good, Kenna, 3rd., $45, 8 mos. 

23 Luly E. Fairchild, Roswell, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; Luther Hale. 

24. John H. Stroud, Richland, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; A. J. DeGoard. 

26. Mrs. A. E. Smith, Elkins, 2nd, $55, 7 mos.; G. W. Cassman. 

Laura Dooley, Elkins, 2nd., $55, 7 mos. 



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Annie Henderson, Elkins, 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 
Maude Gordanier, Elkins. 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

27. Guy E. Clay, Elida, 2nd, $35, 5 mos.; M. J. Rippee. 

28. E. F. Puryear, Plainview, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; G. S. Seeley. 

29. Lester W. Welty. Boaz, 1st, $50. 7 mos.; Lizzie Troutner. 

30. Mrs. May E. Fountain, Bronco, Tex., 1st, $65, 7 mos.; T. J. 
Morrison. 

31. M. C. Freeman, Elida, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Ed. McCown. 

32. Florence E. Clark, Acme, 1st, $70, § mos.; D. A. Yager. 

33. Belle Dilbeck, Judson, 3rd, $41.66, 5 mos.; N; L. Laughlin. 

34. W. W. Proudfit, Elkins, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; W. C. Crosby. 
Vena Mardis, Elkins, F'er., $25, 4 mos. 

35. Jose L. Palmer, Causey, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Stirman. 

36. Wesley Rogers, Redland. 2nd. $60, 6 mos.; W. D. Stirman. 

37. (Not yet employed.) 

38. (Not yet employed.) 

39. J. W. Ware (to begin in January). 

40. Miss Yadon, Plainview. 1st, $60, 5 mos.; C. A. Smith. 
Ila M. Eipps, Midway, 2nd, $40, 5 mos.; C. A. Smith. 

41. Ann Fi-aweek, Plainview, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; G. W. Tlirower. 

42. Mrs. Eva Harris, Lovington, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; J. W. Caudill. 

43. W. R. Baker, Midway, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; T C. Henington. 
Ada Priest, Midway, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

44. J. W. Ware. King, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. R. Whitely. 

45. C. L. Singleton, Tatum, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; E. J. Fox. 

COLFAX COUNTY 

(Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton, County Superintendent.) 

1. Hannah McGarvey, Elizabethtown, 1st, $75. S mos.; JMrs. Ro- 
setta Turner. 

2. Mabel L. Carrington, Baldy, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.: J. T. Sparks. 

3. Stella Kiker, Cimarron, 1st. $90, 9 mos.; Dr. H. B. .Alasten. 
Vesta Kiker Cimarron, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Bessie Lodge, Cimarron, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Bessie Tipton. Cimarron, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Ella G. Turner, Cimarron, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

4. Pearl Miller, French, 1st, $75, 9 mos.: John J. Keener. 
Ruby Redfield, French, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Gladys Turner, French, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

5. Mrs. Charlotte Moore, Yankee, 2nd, $70, S mos.; H. Bruce Eng- 
lish. 

Ruth Boan, Yankee. 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

6. pearl M. Hall, Dawson, Life, $125, 9 mos.; T. L, Kinney. 
Loudee Elliott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mo?. 

Grace Allen, Dawson, 1st $75, 9 mos. 



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Sadie Hanna, Dawson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

Florence Sitko, Dawson, 5 yr. Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

Nelle Bigbee, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Nira Nutter, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Marcella Calhoun, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Bula Elliott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Addie Mair, Dawson, 5 yr. Prof , $75, 9 mos. 

Grace McDermott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Annie Gannett, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7 Olive Zastrow, Springer, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; N. M. Abreu. 

8. Robert G. Poster, care Roberts' Mill, Cimarron, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; 
C. S. Harper, Cimarron. 

Mary E. McGarvey, Cimarron, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

9. Mrs. Mattie Butler, Raton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Albert Lojek. 

10. Grace Ligbtbourn, Yankee, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; C. L. Rinker. 

11. Raton City Schools. (See Page .) 

12. Leonore Mier, Maxwell, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; Felix Montoya. 

13. Katherine Spaulding, Colmor, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; W. A. Dow. 

14. Hulda G. Learning, care T. O. Ranch, Raton, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; 
J. C. Chaves. 

15. M. Leopoldo Sanchez, Naranjos, 3rd, $40, 5 or 6 mos.; Hipolito 
Martinez. 

16. Albina Maes, Ocate, Per., $50, 5 or 6 mos.; Teodoro Fernandez. 

17. Nelle Davis, Taylor Springs, 1st, $55, 8 mos.; George G. King. 
Mrs. C. W. Thampson, Vernon, 3rd, $50, 5 or 6 mos. 

18. Helen Latamore, Trinchera, Colo., 1st, $50, 9 mos.; Ben F. 
Owen. 

20. Wm. J. Howes, Vermejo Park, Life, $80, 11 mos.; Wm. E. Inglis. 

21. Mabel McClure, Maxwell, 2nd, $65, 8 or 9 mos.; R. R. Bickel. 

22. H. B. Scott, Miami, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; Mrs. M. N. Mikesell. 
Alice Fidler, Miami, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

23. Ethel Binns, Colfax, 2nd, $70, 9 mos.; Guy H. Christian. 

24. C. S. Cramer, Springer, prof., $100, 9 mos.; D. H. Devine. 
Isabel O'Brien, Springer, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Alice Jackson, Springer, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Esther A. Oakes, Springer, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Phyllis Cunningham, Springer, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

25. Florence Gilmore, Ute Park, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; T. S. Paris. 

26. Jessie O. Chaffee, Maxwell, 1st, $105, 9 mos.; Mrs. Ed. O. 
Brown. 

Alma Chaffee, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Marie Troy, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Loren M. Allen, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Louisa M. Allen, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mabel Graves, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 



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27. B. Vay Johnson, Van Houten, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Walter Kerr, 
Koehler. 

Tillie Schwachheim, Van Houten, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Carrie Armstrong, Koehler, 2nd, $65, 9 mos.. 

Viola L. Clark, Koehler, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Emma Johnson, Gardiner, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Euna Bell, Gardiner, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Jenny Turner, Sugarite, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Margaret Eastham, Sugarite, 3rd, $40, 9 mos. 

27. Corinne Kershner, Brilliant, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

28. Cecil M. Benson, Aurora, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; James Gray. 

30. Carrie Codlin, Taylor Springs, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; D. M. Gillespie. 

31. Verna Grin, Bell, 1st, $50, 7 mos.;' J. L. Shoemaker. 

32. David Lucero, Black Lake, 2nd, $62, 6 mos.; R. T. Martinez. 

33. Mrs. Virginia Revercomb, Chico, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; G. T. George. 
Mrs. Anna Judge, Gladstone, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

37. . Elizabeth Bell, Yankee, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; F. A. Williams. 
39. Pedro Lopez, Colmor, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Fernandez. 

41. MigTiel A. Lopez, Maxwell, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Pablo R. Trujillo. 

42. Mrs. Ella Jackson, Dedman, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; H. Hennigan. 
Esther Hansen, Chico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

CURRY COUNTY 

(L. C. Mersfelder, Clovis, County Superintendent.) 

1. Clovis City Schools. (See Page .) 

2. D. L. Adkins, Principal, Texico, Prof., $125, S mos.; B. O. 
Faville, Texico. 

Mrs. M. A. Todd, Intermediate, Texico, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Mrs. A. A. Watson, Primary, Texico, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

3. Mrs. L. C. Fenwick ,Clovis, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; R. B. House, Clovis. 

4. Mrs. D. I. Barnett, Clovis, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; B. F. Hall, Clovis. 

5. T. E. Willmon, Principal, Clovis, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; K. V. Stotts, 
€lovis. 

Oscar Willmon, Assistant, Clovis, 1st, $G0, 9 mos. 

6. Lulah Williams, Clovis, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; John F. Bell, Clovis. 

7. J. H. Kays, PTincipal, Texico, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; W. W. Hungate, 
Texico. 

Anna Weseman, Assistant, Texico, 2nd, $50, S mos. 

8. Virgil Davis, Texico, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; Monroe Lee, Texico. 

9. Edna Boone, Clovis, 2nd, $45, 7 mos.; C. P. Hileman, Clovis. 

11. Richard Garner, Clovis, 2nd (?), $55, 7 mos.; J. R. Walker, 
Clovis. 

12. C. E. Gary, Principal, Melrose, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; R. C. Ed- 
gell, Melrose. 



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Virginia Simmons, Melrose, Commercial Department, 1st, $70, 9' 
mos. 

R. A. Crawford, Melrose, High School and Grades, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. R. A. Crawford, Melrose, Grades, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Ida M. Stuart, Primary, Melrose, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Minnie Monday, Melrose, Rural School, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

18. R. M. Mickle, Texico, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; Tip Isham, Texico. 

14. Mrs. E. C. Pease, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. A. Rumbaugh, 
Melrose. 

16. Mrs. Joe Morgan, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; M. Brady, Melrose.. 

20. C. C. Ford, Principal, Havener, 7st, $75, 8 mos.; S. L. Willis,. 
Havener. 

Mary Dunlap, Assistant, Havener, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

21. C. J. Shoup, St. Vram, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; W. C. Tharp, St. Vrain.. 
Lois Rohinson, St. Vrain (North School), 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

25. Grace La Rue, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; M. C. Firestone, Mel- 
rose. 

27. Eva Siegfried, Clovis, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; J. W. Cawthon, Clovis. 

28. Stella Reed, Melrose, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; R. L. Darr, Melrose. 
30. Mary Glen, Melrose, 2nd, $45, 7 mos.; W. M. Nevins, Melrose. 

33. Nora Brown, Clovis, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; L. G. Simpson, Clovis. 

34. Josephine Dannelley, Clovis, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Leslie Simpson,. 
Claud. 

36. Wessie Jones, Havener, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. B. Milholland,. 
Havener. 

40. J. L. Moore, Claud, 1st, $72, 8 mos.; Miss Curtis Boyd, Clovis. 

41. W. E. Charlton, Principal, Texico, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; J. P. Curry, 
Texico. 

Zuella Cooke, Assistant, Texico, 2nd $45, 5. mos. 

42. Dean Pattison, Clovis, 1st, $52, 5 mos.;' M. E. Weis, Clovis. 

43. C. F. Bieler, Clovis, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; J. E. Westfall, Clovis. 

44. Mabelle Boucher, McAlister, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; J. L. Whitfield, 

45. Pearl Wise, McAlister, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Jesse Metcalf, Mc- 
Alister. 

46. Franklin Myers, Field, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; G. W. Callaway, Field. 

47. P. A. Grove, Field, Ptof., $60, 6 mos,; J. S. Sheffield, Field. 

49. H. M. Pile, Grady, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; F. G. Fitzgerald, Grady. 

50. Mrs. W. I. Sims, Grady, 2nd, $55, 8 mos.; E. C. Huffman, Grady. 
52. Justa Davidson, Hellene, 2nd, $45, 7 mos.; A. A. Watson, Hel- 
lene. 

54. Mrs. J. T. Smyth, Hellene, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; W. H. Musick,. 
Hellene. 

55. Wilson Davis, Texico, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; T. A. Slater, Texico. 
58. J. T. Smythe, Hellene, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; C. D. Sorrows, Hellene.. 



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59. Erma Mulhair, Hollene, 2nd (?), $50, 5 mos.; R. M. Wither- 
spoon, Hollene. 

60. Mrs. Alma Hollis, Grady, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. C. Brwln, Grady. 

61. Lena Maxwell, Grady, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; C. A. Grau, Grady. 

63. Mrs. Alma Hollis, Bellview, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. T. Trapp, 
Bellview. 

64. Mrs. Lida Miller, Hollene, 1st, $56, 5 mos.; A. E. Rose, Hollene. 

65. Mrs. Lida Miller, Hollene, 1st, $56, 5 mos.; J. H. Northcutt, 
Hollene. 

66. Nellie Miller, Hollene, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; E. Wittierspoon, Hol- 
lene. 

67. Mrs. Bulali Hart, Bellview, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; Geo. H. Powell, 
Bellview. 

68. Delia Bolding, Cameron, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; A. B. Brooks, Cam- 
eron. 

DONA ANA COUNTY 

(F. M. Hayner, Las Cruces, Superintendent.) 

1. W. O. Evans, Las Cruces, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; Patrick Barncastle,, 
Dona Ana. 

Eleanora Cumbee, Dona Ana, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Leanor Molinar, Dona Ana, Per., $50, 9 mos. 
. Lucile Mandell, Hill, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

2. R. W. Twining, Supt. Las Cruces, Prof., $1,800 (annual salary), 
12 mos.; J. Birdwell, Jr. 

Fannie French, Las Cruces, Life, $90, 9 mos. 
Mrs. C. H. Nelson, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 9 mos, 
C. T. Morrisett, Las Cruces, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 
Selma Christopherson, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Beth Foster, Las Cruces, Life, $77.50, 9 mos. 
Gladys Carroon, Las Cruces, 5 yr. Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Ophelie Koelle, Las Cruces, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Ethel Cable, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Sadie Stuart, Mesilla Park, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Joan Ballantyne, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Rhoda Reeves, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Edith Gregg, Las Cruces, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
Amy Boyce, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Edith Burke, Las Cruces. 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Jessie Laurence, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Florence Heninger, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Louise Buell, Mesilla Park, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. M. J. Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
Ruth Day, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos 
Iva Engleright, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 



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Bertlia Mandell, Mesllla Park, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
Alma Norveil, Las Cruces, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 
May Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Armina Boyce, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

3. W. P. Thorpe, Rincon, 1st, $85, 8 mos.; J. H. KnigM. 
Lela McMains, Rincon, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

4. A. E. Adair, Salem, 1st, $55, 3 mos.; Juan G. Velarde. 

5. C. P. Miller, La Mesa, 1st, $85, 6 mos.; E. C. Sierra. 
Pearl E. Lyles, La Mesa, 1st, $70, 6 mos. 

Mary Davis, La Mesa, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 

6. A. D. Smith, Telles, Life, $85, 9 mos.; Lorenzo Telles. 
Mary L. Waggoner, Telles, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

7. Alice B. Fulghum, Chamberino, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Mrs.. W. O. 
McNary. 

Catherine Kilgore, Chamberino, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Abbie Curran, Chamberino, Per., $50, 8 mos. 

10. Ivah Schumaker, Rodey, 1st, $75, 4 mos.; Antonio S. Abeyta. 
Lucy Ross, Rodey, 1st, $65, 3 mos. 

11. Willetta Lawrence, Hatch, Prof., $75, 6 mos.; Prederico 
Trujillo. 

12. Mary L. Woodson, Las Cruces, Life, $90, 9 mos.; J. P. Wil- 
kinson. 

May Forwood, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Sadie Hankins, Mesilla, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Amelia Forwood, Las Cruces, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Belle McClernon, Las Cruces, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

13. Ezra Stemple, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $100, 9 mos.; J. H. Wallace. 
Jessie Mandell; Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Annie Cumbee, Canutillo, Tex., Life, $80, 9 mos. 
M. J. Garrett Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $125, 9 mos. 
Florence B. Prey, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Carmen Burt, Canutillo, Tex., 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
D. H. Simmons Anapra, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

14. J. A. Milsap, Organ, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; C. E. Weber. 

16. Mary Scarborough, Anthony, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; Albert Goodloe. 
Bessie Emerson, Anthony, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

Maria Lopez, Anthony, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

17. Lois Parker, Berino, Per., $50, 9 mos.; Mrs. Carl Price. 
Abbie Kilgore, Berino, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

19. Eulalia Ogaz, Salem, 3rd, $50, 3 mos.; N. S. Apodaca (Garfield.) 

21. Clara B. Lee, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Elfega Lopez (Dona 
Ana.) 

28. Aurelia Baumeister, Mesilla Park, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; J. H. 
Stevenson. 

Lydia Williams, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 



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Jessie Locke, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Grace Buell, Mesilla Park, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

EDDY COUNTY 

(W. A. Poore, Carlsbad, Countj-- Superintendent.) 

Carlsbad — 

Nellie E. Wilson, Superintendent, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; Clarence BelL 

C. C. Cassingham, Principal High School, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Hertha G. Smith, High School, 1st, $S0, 9 mos. 

Mrs. F. G. Smith, High School, 1st, $30, 9 mos. 

Lois Westaway, High School and Eighth Grade, 1st, $S0, 9 mos. 

Troy Jenkins, High School and Eighth Grade, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

F. M. Hatfield, Principal and Sixth Grade, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Wilma P. Dillard, Seventh Grade, 1st, $6o, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Anna Boyd, Fifth Grade, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Georgia Witt, Fourth Grade, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Lucile McKneely, Third Grade, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Myrtle Harkey, Second Grade, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Lida Mencimer, First Grade, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

George R. Spencer, Spanish-American School, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

I. Effie Rudeen, Carlsbad, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; F. E. Little. 

3. Pattie Witt, Carlsbad, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; W. A. Forehand. 

4. Mrs. M. C. Pearce, Carlsbad. Ist, $70, 7 mos.; Frank Stetson. 

5. W. W. Barlow, Queen, 1st, $75, S mos.; Lee Middleton. 

6. J. N. S. Webb, Carlsbad. 1st, $65, S mos.; M. W. Kilgore. 

7. George M. Brinton, Lakewood, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; B. F. St. John. 
Bessie Speck, Lakewood, 1st, $45, 6 mos. 

Leah Ketcham, Lakewood, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Joan Stapleton, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mary E. Hudilurgh, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
May Henderson, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

8. S. J. Daley, Hope, 1st, $100, S mos.; X. L. Johnson. 
Sibyl Inglis, Hope, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

Mabel Austin, Hope, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

Julia Dimaway, Hope, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

Mrs. J. B. Smith, Hope, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

Ollie Beckett, Hope, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

10. B. H. Kirk, Loving, 1st, $S0, 9 mos.; C. V. Kosson. 

Deatron Campbell, Loving,- 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Edna Johnson, Loving, 3 yr. Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Nannie Farrel, Loving, 3 yr. Prof., $55, 9 mos. 

II. H. G. Howard, Malaga, 1st, $S0, 9 mos.; J. H. Reid. 
Ethel L. Howard, Malaga, Life, $75, 9 mos. 

Effie Crowder, Malaga, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 



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12. B. F. Kaiser, Dayton, 5 yr.. Prof. $9-5, 9 mos.; :m. B. Culpepper. 
Frankie Wales, Dayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Lizzie Wales, Dayton. 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

13. Clayton Wyman, Carlsbad, 2nd, $60, 8 mos ; J. O. Wersell. 
11. Ellena Therneau, Monument, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Whit Knowles. 

15. Vaude Kroeger, Lakewood, 1st, $55, 8 mos.; J. T. Ross, Jr. 

16. C. E. Grover, Artesia, Superintendent, History, Life, $150, 9 
mos.; A. C. Keinath. 

R. L. Paris, Artesia, Principal High School, Science and Latin, 1st, 
$100, 9 mos. 

Barbara Dearborn, Artesia, High School, Spanish and English, 1st, 
$90, 9 mos. 

W. N. Kelsey, Artesia, High School, Mathematics and Manual 
Training, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

J. E. Van Hoy, Artesia. High School, Commercial Branches and 
Eighth Grade, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Ruth Brainaird, Artesia, High School and Eighth Grade, Domestic 
Science, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Azelia Austry, Artesia, High School, English and Eighth Grade, 
1st, $70, 9 mos. 

W. N. Clyde, Artesia, Principal Grade Building and Seventh Grade, 
1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Monnie Wilson, Sixth Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Artie McMahon, Artesia, Fifth Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Grace De Motte Fourth and Fifth Grades, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Nellie Henderson, Artesia, Fourth Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Celia Hinrichsen, Artesia, Third Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Beulah Stagner, Artesia, Second Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Emily Hewitt, Artesia, First Grade, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Ethel James, Artesia, Beginners, 1st, $70, 9 moo. 

Juanita Stagner, Beginners and 1st, Spanish-American, 1st, $45, 9- 
mos. 

Amy Gardner, Supervisor Music and Art, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

17. Alice Atteberry^ Artesia, 5 yr. Prof., $70, 9 mos.; Geo. Fisch, 
Artesia. 

Bertha Speck, Artesia, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

18. Ethelda Cravy, Knowles, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. C. Stephenson. 

20. .L M. Mann, Pearl, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; S. L. Peasey. 

21. J. L. Foley, Nadine, Per., $75, 6 mos.; W. R. Bilhrey, Xadine. 
Mrs. J. L. Folej% Nadine, Per., $50, 6 mos. 

22. Mrs. L. L. Coleman, Knowles, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; W. :si. Holloway. 
Mrs. Jennie Wright, Knowles, Prof., $50, 6 mos. 

23. R. R. James, Lovington, 1st. $90. 9 mos.; P. S. Eaves. 
Myrtle Yadon, Lovington, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Delia Vawter, Lovington, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Kffie Anderson, Lovington, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 



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Ruby Forbes, Lovington, 1st, $60, 5 mos. 

24. S. J. S. Wood, Eunice, 3rd, $50, S mos.; W. P. Walden. 

Edith Davis, Eunice, 1st $75, 7 mos. 

David Curry, Jal, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 

Gertrude McCurry, Eunice, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 

Lena Moffatt, Lovington, 2nd; $40, 5 mos.; B. C. Byars. 

26. Golden Neff, JMonument, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. J. Simpson, Monu- 
ment. 

27. Mrs. A. A. Kaiser, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $75, S mos.; Chas. Rogers, 
Dovie Reynolds, Lake Arthur, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

Vera Pearce. Lake Arthur, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

28. Julia Gathings, Monument, 2nd. $50, 5 mos.; J. V. Linam. 

29. Ora Manning, Monument, 2nd, $70, 5 mos.; D. Y. Music. 
ment. 

30. Edith Shapland, Hobbs, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. A. Dunman. 

GUADALUPE COUNTY, 
(J. V. Gallegos, Santa Rosn, County Superintendent.) 

1. Josefita Garcia, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Frederico Garcia. 
F. D. Sanchez, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

2. Susie Connell, Antonchico, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; J. L. Abercrombie. 
Mrs. Henrie Lee Thurston, Antonchico, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

Mrs. Sofia Sanchez, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. Sotero M. Sanchez, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Eugenio Ro- 
mero y Rael. 

Juanita Silva, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 5 mos 

4. Eleuterio Baca, Dilia, Life Cert., $65, 5 mos.; Plorentino Perea. 
Felicita Gallegos, Dilia, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

Elias S. Silva, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

5. S. C. Gonzales, Colonias, 3rd, $42, $5 mos.; Ramon Crespin. 
Mrs. S. C. Gonzales, Colonias, Per., $42.50, 5 mos. 

6. Louis R. Haight, Cuervo. 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Joe Holbrook, Jr. 
Ignacio Mares, Cuervo, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Rita Chaves 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

7. Pauline Kinsell, Newkirk, 1st. $70, 8 mos.; Marcelino Romo. 

8. Robert E. Gallowey, Santa Rosa, 1st, $116.66; 9 mos.; Geo. H. 
Smith, Jr. 

Mrs. G. R. Elliott. Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Dorothy Esterbrook, Santa Rosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
E. Earl Jackson, Santa Rosa. 1st. $85, 9 mos. 
Enriqueta Lucero, San.ta Rosa, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 
Hallie B. Cole, Santa Rosa, 2nd. $60, 9 mos. 
J. R. Crawford, Santa Rosa, 1st, $77.77, 9 mos. 
Helen James, Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 



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Mrs. .Mary James Cra\Yford, Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
S. Omar Barker, Santa Rosa, 1st, $95, 9 mos. 

9. Laura C. Allen, Puerto de Luna, Per., $65, 5 mos.; Antonio 
Prudencio Lopez, Puerto de Luna, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

10. Evaristo Gallegos, Puerto de Luna, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. Sedillo. 
Mabel Weddiugton, Puerto de Luna, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

Domingo N. Baca, Ptierto de Luna, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

11. Fabiola C. De Baca, Puerto de Luna, 1 st, $50, 5 mos.; Cruz 
Alarid. 

Mrs. F. R. Baca, Puerto de Luna, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

12. Rose E. Jasper, Yeso, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; W. G. Searcy. 

13. Frutosa Ortiz, Ritchey, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Cruz Sanchez. 

14. J. G. Garcia, Santa Rosa, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Teodoro Madrid. 
Mrs. C. B. Garcia, Santa Rosa, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

15. Albinita Page, Pintada, 2nd, $65, 5 mos. Joaquin Gutierrez. 
Burton Rogers, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

16. Edd Nieto, Puerto de Luna, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Amado Nieto. 

17. Rebecca Jasper, Buchanan, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; B. R. Deavors. 
Puerto de Luna. 

18. G. U. Martinez, Riddle, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Asension S. Samora. 

19. Estanisldo Silva, Riddle, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Saturnino Sandoval. 

20. W. H. Lowry, Fort Sumner, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; F. C. Baker. 
Mrs. Mary Bennett, Fort Sumner, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

C. D. Showalter, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

Dora M. Nuckles, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

21. Jennie Stevens, Ruth, 2nd, 5 mos.; C. Sooter. 

22. Bessie Oma Howard, Los Tanos, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; J. J. Ausbon. 

23. Aguda Ortiz, Juan De Dios, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Andres Sisneros. 
Juan B. Gallegos, Juan De Dios, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

24. Isidro Ortiz, Pintada, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Julian Mondragon. 

25. B. Castillo, Raima, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felipe Sisneros. 

26. Wood Middleton. Cuervo, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; Z. T. Crawford. 

27. Thomas J. Spiller, Alamo, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Jose Carabajal. 

28. S. C. Burnett, Isidor, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; J. H. Ingram. 

29. Jessie Defoor, Cuervo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; John Easly. 

30. Van Kirk Maxcy, Ricardo, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; M. L. Tood. ' 

31. Antonio Sandoval, Fort Sumner, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Juan B. 
Casaus. 

32. G. C. Banhardt, Riddle, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; W. B. Riddle. 

33. Mary Conlin, West Vaughn, 3rd, $15, 9 mos.; G. E. Outlow.. 
T. M. Spriggs, West Vaughn, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Lillian R. Spriggs, West Vaughn, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. D. W. Joiner, West Vaughn, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

34. Mary Baker, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; E. E. Hogler. 

35. (Teacher not yet employed.) M. W. Chapman, Fort Sumner. 

36. Wood Middleton, Cuervo, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; J. H. Tuck. 



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S7. Lois Stearns, St. Rosa. 2nd, $50, o inos.; deorge W. Meherne 

38. Kdna Ingraan. Cuervo, Srd, $oO, 3 mos. 
Louis G .Duran, Cuervo. Per., $50, 5 mos. 

39. Roy A. Wiley, East Vaughn, 1st, $75. i> mos.; E. C. Sims. 
Mary A. Stephens, East Vaughn, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Moises Sanchez, East Vaughn, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

40. Nannie O'Connor, Cuadalui>e, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Pelajio Casaus. 

41. Lui-iano lA)pez, Newkirk, ^rd, $50. 5 mos.; Benijino L. Y. Rena- 
bides. 

I. V. Gallegos. Jr., Newkirk. 1st, $l?5, »> mos. 

42. C. T. Wise, Taft, 1st, $5S, 5 mos.; P. A. Hubbard. 

43. James Brown, Ricardo, 1st, $lU>, 6 mos.; Mrs. Dunaugh. 

44. .Maggie Miller, Tal't, Per., $50. 5 mos.; C. T. Wilson. 

45. Rachel Smith, Fort Sumner, Life, $S5, S mos.; P. Yockey. 
H, G. King, Fort Sumner, 1st, $75, S mos. 

4(). Nellie G. Smith, Tastura. 1st, $l>0, 5 mos.; A. C. Ortega. 

47. Francisco lUistanieuto. Antonchico. Per., $50, 5 mos.; Trinidad 
Sanchez. 

48. Max Gallegos, Santa Rosa. 3rd. $50, 5 mos.; Trinidad Lucero. 

49. Thomas Williams. Pastura, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; L\icy S. Thomas. 

50. Mrs. Candehu-ia G. Oe Sanchez, Antonchico, Per., $40, 3 mos.; 
Francisco Sena. 

51. Victor Madrid, Puerto de Luna, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. M. San- 
doval. 

GRANT COUNTY 

(, Isabel Lancaster Eckles, Silver City. Superintendent.) 

1. Walter P>. McParlaud, Silver City, Life. $IS0. 10 mos.; Mrs. Q 
S. Warren. 

-Mary Gill. Silver City, Life, $i>0, 10 mos. 
Alma Boone. Silver City, Prof., $S5, lO mos. 
Marguerite Foote, Silver City, Prof., $VS, 10 mos. 
Hazel Plopkins, Silver City, Prof., $7S, lO mos. 
Karina Alexander, Silver City, Pi'of,, $78, 10 mos. 
Cecil White, Silver City. 1st. $65, 10 mos. 
Harriett Hagan. Silver City. 1st, $90, 10 mos, 
Ina Marriott. Silver City. Prof., $65, 10 mos. 
Louella Hays, Silver City, 1st. $70 10 mos. 
Elsie Nasoxi, Silver City, 1st, $70, 10 mos. 
Ross B. Wiley, Silvei- City, 1st. $100, 10 mos. 

2. W. H. Neblett. Santa Rita, 1st, $110. 9 mos.; H. J. Robinson. 
Fannie Day, Santa Rita, 1st, $t>0, 9 mos. 

Jessie Sv>rague. Santa Rita. 1st. $S0. 9 mos. 
Anna Moon, Santa Rita, 1st. $S5, 9 mos. 



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Harriett Loud, Santa Rita, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Vera Carter, Santa Rita, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 

3. Ney B. Gorman, Lordsburg, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; R. B. Ownby. 
Bessie May, Lordsburg, Ist, $85, 9 mos. 

Mrs. D. F. Sellards, Lordsburg, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Lillian Huggett, Lordsburg, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Inez Wright, Lordsburg, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Kathryn Thwaits, Lordsburg, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 
Katie Scarborougli, Lordsburg, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

4. Aubrey B. Carter, Hurley, Life, $95, 9 mos.; C. B. Oberholser. 
Mae Price, Hurley, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Sallie Eckard, Hurley, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Engenia Herber, Hurley, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

5. Pienelope Laughlin, Tyrone, Prof., $75, 8 mos. 
Martha White, Tyrone, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

Mrs. C. E. Chandler, Tyrone, Life. $70, 8 mos. 
G. Clyde Crotchett, Central, 1st, $95, 8 mos. 
Elizabeth Freckman, Central, Prof., $70, 8 mos. 
Ruth Oliver, Central, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

7. Lizzie R. Young, Pinos Altos, Life, $75.; Mrs. S. Rollins. 
Mrs. Clara Cartmdll, Pinos Altos, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Hardee Wyatt, Pinos Altos, 1st, $60, S mos. 

8. Lulu B. Luekey, Fierro, Life, $90, 9 mos.; J. B. Gilchrist. 
Glenn Phillips, Fierro, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 

9. Jewel Dunagan, Animas, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; S. J. Dunagan. 
Pearl Wright, Animas, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

Ruth Johnson, Playas, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

10. F. G. Davis, Hachita, 1st. $100, 9 mos.; T. J. Brown. 
Mrs. F. G. Davis, Hachita, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Oliver Keys, Hachita, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

11. Mrs. Mary Austin, Dwyer, Life, $100, 7 mos.; Macedonio Torres. 

12. Mary Hamilton, Rodeo, 1st, $90, 9 mos.; O. A. Cavin. 

13. Marvin Holland, Cliff, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Lee Rice. 

14. Frances Cllne, Red Rock, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Mrs. Robert Woods. 

15. Ernestine Oaks, Separ, Life, $75, 9 mos.; J. S. McVannon. 
Ada Coleman, Separ, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

16. Lucy B. Payne, Duncan, Ariz., Prof., $75, 8 mos.; J. R. Beavers. 
Vinita Rose, Duncan, Ariz., 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

17. Levie Aycock, Hanover, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; B. F. Moyer. 

18. Inez Huff, Mimbres, Isl, $85, 9 mos.; William Anthony. 
Edith Cramer, Santa Rita, 1st, $60, 6 mos. 

19. Lena Smith, Steins, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. S. T. Olney. 

20. A. M. Roberts, Cliff, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; W. S. Littlefield. 

21. Agnes Wilson, Jackson, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; W. S. Baker. 

22. Ethan Wright, Gila, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; W. W. Horn. 



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23. Mrs. Nina St. Clair, Oden, 1st, $75, S mos.; A. O. Perrault. 

24. Marie Tnstin, Whitewater, Life. $75, S mos.; H. A. Smith. 

25. T. I. Riuiyan. White Signal, 3nd. $65. 7 mos.; C. F. Morrill. 

26. Mrs. Elsie Eakin. Cliff, Prof., $60, 7 mos.; W. H. Moss. 

27. Rebecca Livingston. S^Yarts, Prof.. $75. 7 mos.; E. J. Swarts, 

28. (Teacher not yet employed.) Ceorse Yates, Sherman. 

29. Lena Baker, Central. 1st. $60, 6 mos,; W. A. Casper. 

30. ]Mrs. IMaud Fielder. San Lorenzo. Life. $70, S mos.; G. L. Gala;^. 

31. Mary Metcalft, San Ivorenzo, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; Sebero Heredia. 

32. (Teacher not yet employed.) 

33. Pay Horton, Santa Rita, 1st. $65. S mos.; ,l. \V. Turner. 
S4. R, F. Richardson. Rodeo. 2nd. $65. 7 mos.; J. D. Arnold. 

85. :Mrs. Mary Fnlbright, Cloverdale, 2nd. $75. 9 mos.; :\lrs. Walter 
Griffin. 

36. Capitola Kobertson. Frar.klin, Ari .. 2nd, $6'.. 7 mos,; Mrs. 
JEsther Merrill. 

37. D. F. Sellards, Lordsbury, isi, ?;iiO. 6 mos,; M. I?. Keithly. 
3S. (Teacher not yet employed.) Ernest Jackson, Walnut Wells. 
39. Alma Squii-es, Jackson, 2nd, $60. 6 mos.; R. W. Jackson. 

■40. (Teacher not yet employed.) J. B. Payne, Buckhorn. 

LINCOLN COUNTY 

(..Mrs, W, L, Oumm, Carrizozo. Comuy Suporiulendout.) 

1. Ella Cook, Lincoln, 1st, $60. 5 mos.; J. M. Oenfield. 
Buela Brazel, Lincoln, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

Agueda Baca. Lincoln, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

2. Jessie Fornham, San Patricio, 2nd, $60,5 mos.; Alfredo Gonzales. 

3. Prof. J. E. Koonce, Rnidoso, 1st, $75. 6 mos.; Alt'. Hunter. 

4. Mrs. Jane Oliver, Picacho, $85, 1$ mos.; Fi-ank Santana. 
Nellie Mae Grant. Picacho 1st. $50 5 mos, 

i). Agueda Baca, Glencoe, 3rd, $59, 5 mos.; Prospero Gonzales. 
•6. J. E, Koonce, Capitan, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Adonio Montoya. 
7. Prin. Andrew MeCtrrdy. Carrizozo. 1st, $125. 9 mos.; J. E. Bell. 
Mrs. v:. V, Jewett, Carrizozo, 1st, $S0. 9 mos, 
Ida Schimpff, Carrizozo. 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mamie Humphrey. Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Ola Bi-ock, Carrizozo, 1st. $70, 9 mos. 
IMildred Peters, Carrizozo, 1st, $50. 9 mos. 
Mrs. Xora Massie, Carrizozo. 1st. $70. 9 mos, 

vS. Finn. Geo. H. Webb. White Oaks, 1st. $75. 9 mos,; Robt. H 
Taylor. 

Alma McNaughton. White Oaks. 1st, $50. 9 mos. 

9. Blanche Venns-Garvin. Nogal, 1st. $50. 5 mos.; Ed, C. Pfing^ten. 

10. Mrs G E. de Nisson. San Patricio, 1st. '§55, 5 mos ; Jno. C, 
West 



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11. Geo. E. Cardwell, Nogal, 1st, .$80, 8 mos.; .T. T. Cochrane. 

12. Prof. F. Jones, Angus, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; J. W. Coleman. 

13. Prin. E. W. Campbell, Corona, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Geo. C. Clem- 
ents. 

Donnie Franks, Corona, 2nd, $G0, 9 mos. 
Sarah A. Ackerman, Corona, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. G. M. Taylor, Holloway. 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

14. Edith C. Ticknei-, Rabenton, Life Professional, $70, 9 mos.; 
Mrs. Luticia Chaves. 

15. G. G. Crichett, Alto, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Mrs. J. W. Stuart. 

16. Mrs. S. H. Nickels, Parsons, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Rice. 

17. Mrs. S. R. Moss, Arabela, 2nd, $70, 8 mos.; Leondro Gutierrez. 

18. Mrs. Emma Craddock, Capitan, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; S. H. Torres. 

19. Mrs. M. L. Blaney, Qscura, 1st. $75, 9 mos.; E. F. Jones. 

20. Mrs. Olive A. Smithson, Hondo, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Clement 
Hightower. 

Ethel Phillips, Hondo, 2nd, $50, S mos. 

21. J. F. Davis, Ancho, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; J. O. Carter. 
Mrs. Edna C. Burnett, Ancho, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

22. S. R. Moss, Meek, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Mrs. C. H. Hale. 

23. Mrs. Emma Craddock, Lincoln, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. L. Bryant, 
Jr. 

24. (No teacher for spring term) Francisco Analla, Tinnie. 

25. Miss Gerjtrude Keller, Alto, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; D. C. Parker. 
28. Supt. C. L. Schreck, Capitan, Life, $140, 9 mos.; L. R. York. 
C. H. Thomason, Capitan, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Clara E. Hewitt, Capitan, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Edith H. Wells, Capitan, 1st, $65, 7 mos 
Fern Willison, Capitan, 5 yr. p-rof., $65, 7 mos. 
G. E. de Nisson, Capitan, Ist, $60, 5 mos. 

32.- Mrs. A. A. Spring, Arabela, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; L. Pacheco. 
33. Mrs. Viola Thompson, Tinnie, 2nd, $65, 6 mos.; A. W. Purcella. 
35. Theo. Richardson (Miss), Glencoe, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; W. L, 
Chapman. 

42. A. W. Edwards, Jiearilla, 2nd, $50, 5 mos; Jno. W. Dale. 

LUNA COUNTY. 

(Grace G. Goebel, Deming, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. B. Taylor, Deming, Life, $200, 12 mos.; W. E. Holt. 
*P. D. Southwarth, Deming, Gov't. Special, $108.33, 12 mos. 
Louis A. Deez, Deming, 1st, $100, 12 mos. 
Una Bedichek, Deming, 1st, $100, 9V2 mos. 
Edna A. Poe, Deming, 1st, $85, 9% mos. 
Robert E. Hardway, Deming, 1st, .$85, 91/2 mos. 



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Alle Stacker, Deming, 1st, $85, 9^4 raos. 
Mary McGrlff, Deming, 1st, $80, 9V2 mos. 
Madelene Page, Deming, 1st, $75, dVz mos. 
Leora Foster, Deming, 1st, $70, 9% mos. 
Martha Ede. Deming. 1st, $80, ^Vz mos. 
Josie Goodding. Deming, 1st. $80, 9V2 mos. 
Marguerite Goebel, Deming, Life, $75, 9^4 mos. 
Stella Crotchett, Deming, 1st, $70, dVz mos. 
Leah Barracks, Deming, 1st, $70, 9^^ mos. 
Charlotte Gauss. Deming, 1st, $75, 9^/^ mos. 
Lucile Holt, Deming, 1st, $75, 9% mos. 
Emegene Kaiser, Deming, 1st, $75. 9^4 mos 
Atilana Marrufo, Deming, 2nd, $60, 9^4 mos. 
Rhynette Trowbridge. Deming, 1st, $75, 9% mos. 
Violet Bonham, Deming, 5 yr. Prof.. $S5, 9^4 mos. 
Bessie Comer, Deming, 3 yr. Prof. $70. 9% mos. 
Mrs. Alice Smith, Life. $85, 91/2 mos. 
Effie Kahn Taylor, Deming, 1st, $75, 7% mos. 
Pansey M. Young, Deming, 1st, $75, 914 mos. 
Gertrude Klotz, Deming, 1st. $75, 9^4 mos. 
Myrtle Orton, Hondale, 1st, $70. 9^^ mos. 
Bessie Bodyfield, Deming, 1st, $70, 9% mos. 
Ida Holiday, Deming. 1st, $70, 914 mos. 

2. Ruth E. Merrill, Fay wood, 1st, $65. 8 mos.; Mrs. James Colson. 

3. Ada Hiler. Cooks via Deming, 1st, $75. 9 mos.; Georgia Tustin. 
Elizabeth Kinney. Nutt, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

4. Zetha De Berry, Deming, 1st. $75, 9 mos.; T. B. Cook. 

5. T. A. Windsor, Columbus, 1st, $90. 9 mos.; Ed Simmons. 
Ida Breeding, " yr. Prof.. $75 9 mos. 

Mary Page, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

16. J. S. Wright; Carne, 1st, $90, 9 mos.; S, Z. Hubbard. 

Molly Murray, Miesse, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Emma Anderworth, Hermanas, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. S. M. Mittle 

S. Rebekah Coffin, Hondale, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Garnet A. Gibson. 

Susie Mott, Tola. 1st. $75, 8 mos. 

Ida Ross. Mountainview via Deming, 1st, $60, 2 mos. 

Allen Crotchett, Deming, 1st, $75, 8 raos. 

-9. F. F. Nickell. Columbus, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; S. R. Hunt. Jr. 

Louise Vallandigham. Waterloo, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

10. Hazel Wycoff. Cambray. 1st, $80, 9 mos.; J. R. Kline. 

11. N. B. Stump, Myndus. 1st, $90. 9 mos.; E. J. Brewster. 
^County Agricultural Agent R. D. Southworth receives $117.67 per 

month from the U. S. Government, making a total monthly salary of 
$225. 



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Mckinley county. 

(W. D. Cornell, Gallup, County Superintendent.) 

2. Lillian Winders, Gibson, Prof., $85, 9 mos.; D. H. Somerville. 
Ruby Floyd, Gibson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Helen Akers, Gibson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Jennie Morse, Gibson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Lillian McA'abb, Heaton, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 
Mrs. B. Maloney, Heaton, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

3 & 4. W. L. Bishop, Supt., Gallup, Prof. $222.22, 9 mos.; L. N. 
Gary. 

D. C Barnett, Gallup. 1st, $122.22, 9 mos. 

E. C. McLaughlin, Gallup, 1st, $111.11, 9 mos. 
Mildred Hornbein, Gallup, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
Myrtle Pride, Gallup, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
Irene Rogers, Gallup, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
Mabel I. Miller, Gallup, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 
Ruth McAllister, Gallup, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
Ruth Gamble, Gallup, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Ethel V. Baxter, Gallup, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Rachel Whitaker, Gallup, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Ida G. Stanton, Gallup, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Addie Grigsby, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Lena Morlock, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Lillian Franzene, Gallup, Prof., $85, 9 mos. 
Rhae Wilsey, Allison, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

6. Lois Randolph, Guam, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; Herman Tacklenburg 

7. Lettie Little, Thoreau, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; C. B. Weeks. 
Dorothy Schellhase, Crownpoint, 1st, $75, 6 mos. 

8. Mrs. R. H. Sayler, Page, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; N. A. Ross. 
Mrs. R. H. Salver, Guam, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; N. A. Ross. 

9. Erastus T. Dunlop, Ramah, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; F. G. Nielson. 

10. Moises Mirabal, San Mateo, Per., $75, 6 mos.; Refugio Barela 
15. (Teacher not yet employed.) Zuni, A. Vanderwagon. 

MORA COUNTY 

(Manuel Madrid, Mora, County Superintendent.) 

1. Sister J. Frances, Mora. 1st, $75, 6 mos.; M. Velasquez. 
Sister Leontine, Mora, 2nd, $65, 6 mos. 

Sister Doloritas, Mora, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 
Sister Sylvester, Mora, 2nd, $60, 6 mos. 
Reyes Romero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 
Bias Gallegos, Mora, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

2. Emma Strong, Cleveland, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. Bernal. 



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Rosalia Branch, Cleveland, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. J. J. Romero, Guadalupita, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Miguel Rivera. 
Bersabe Romero, Guadalupita, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

4. Lora H. Northrup, Shoemaker, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Mrs. E. Murphy. 
'Clara Tipton, Shoemaker, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

5. John Florence, La Cueva, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; B. Abeyta. 
Ignacio Lujan, La Cueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

Calala Rudulph, La Cueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

6. Roman A. Valdez, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Feliciano Gutierrez. 
Agustin Vigil, Ledoux, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

7. Stella Maes, La Cueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. M. Cordova. 

8. Mrs. S. P. Sanchez, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; C. Gonzales. 

9. Luciano Lucero, Holman, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. Sanchez. 
Juan B. Arellano, Holman, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

10. Dionicio Pacheco, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. Montoya. 
Josephine Sosa, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

11. Dora Wierman, Watrous, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; A. Trujillo. 
Ollie G. Underwood, Watrous, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

12. R. R. Champion, Wagon Mound, 2nd, $80, 9 mos.; J. R. Aguilar, 
Barbarita Garcia, Wagon Mound, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

J. Vivian Hedgcock, Wagon Mound, Ptof. $50, 9 mos. 
Margaret Hill, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Viola Mares, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Josephine Young, Wagon Mound, Prof., $50, 9 mos. 
Mina Pochel, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

13. Ethel Brooke, Levy, 1st, $55, 9 mos.; I. Zimmerman. 

14. Teacher not yet employed. Wagon Mound; Tobias Maes. 

15. Demetrio Quintana, Lucero, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; J. B. Lopez. 
Max Rivera, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

16. Jose G. Leyba, Chacon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. Romero. 

17. Alfonzo Romero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. B. Valdez. 

18. Albino Maes, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. A. Chavez. 

19. Mary Tipton, Watrous, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; I. N. Trujillo. 

20. Virgina McClure, Mills, 2nd, $70, 7 mos.; G. R. Higgins. 

21. Roberto Cruz, Naranjos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Odon Hern. 

22. Seb. Esquibel, Guadalupita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Borrego. 

23. Claude Pacheco, Truquillo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. Sisneros. 
Adela Lucero, Turquillo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

24. Josephine Everest, Solano, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. W. Mackey. 
Harry Bliss, Solano, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

25. Teacher not yet employed, Chacon; Jose Garcia 

26. Alfredo Lucero, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; P. Garcia. 

ii7. Carlos Rodarte, Gascon, brd, $50, 5 mos.; M. Martinez. 

28. Pablo V. Lobato, Holman, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F. Cordova. 

.29. Aurelia Pacheco, Ledoux, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; B. Chavez. 

50. David Ledoux, Ledoux, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. Herrera. 



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31. Teacher not yet employed, Ocate; T. Pacheco. 

32. Belle Guinn, Optimo, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; R. K. Odell. 
Constance Fenton, Optimo. 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

33. J. E. Russell, Roy, 1st, $80, 8 mos.; O. H. Kerns. 
Mrs. J. E. Russell, Roy, 1st, $60. 8 mos. 

Shirley Nutter, Roy, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Grace V. Collins, Roy, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Beulah N. Wright, Roy, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Blanche Kitchell, Roy, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 
May Gough ( music teacher), Roy, $25. 

34. Eloisa Tafoya, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; C. Sandoval. 

35. Emma Harmon. Nolan, 1st, $55, 8 mos.; Mrs. J. B. Crane. 
86. Earl W. Trible, Mills, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; W. L. Brockman. 

37. Frances Sanchez, Ocate, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; Ramon Ortiz. 

38. Frances Baca, Mora, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. Vasquez. 

39. Rafael Romero, Cleveland, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. T. Martinez 

40. Ethel McClure, Mills, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; F. E. Epps. 

41. H. S. Brockman, Roy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. A. Canon. 

42. Teacher not yet employed, Roy; A. Torrez. 

43. Teacher not yet employed, Roy; J. L. Campbell. 

44. Jennie Jardee, Levy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Chas. Hartman. 

OTERO COUNTY. 

(R. S. Tipton, Alamogordo, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. Manley Morgan, Alamogordo, 1st, $150, 9 mos.; C. W. Mor- 
;gan. 

Helen Higgason, Alamogordo. Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
Adelia Bender, Alamogordo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Vida Redic, Alamogordo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Pearl Fletcher, Alamogordo 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Carrie Covington, Alamogordo, Life, $80, 9 mos. 
J. E. Conder, Alamogordo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Alda Anglin, Alamogordo, Life, $70, 9 mos. 
Anabel Cushman, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Daisy Murphy, Alamogordo Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Frances Murphy, Alamogordo, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Rose Murphy, Alamogordo, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Eva Abbot, Alamogordo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Zane Ogden, Alamogordo, Life, $70, 9 mos. 
Mabel King,, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

2. H. D. Franklin La Luz, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; I. E. Huss. 

3. Llewellyn Sutton, La Luz, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Mrs. Elvira Baca. 

4. Mrs. Kate Livingston, Tularosa, Life, $100, 8 mos.; Dr. C. A. 
Miller. 



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Mayme Simmons, Tularosa, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 
Mrs. C. A. Miller, Tularosa, 2nd, $65, 8 mos, 
Mrs. J. M. "Blazer, Tularosa, Life, $65, 8 mos. 
Gladj^s Palmer, Tularosa. Prof., $70, 8 mos. 
Mary Lee, Tularosa, Per., $60, 8 mos. 
Mrs. Lena Eldridge, Tularosa, Life, $70, 8 mos. 
Clare Koogler, Tularosa 1st, $70, 8 mos. 

5. J. M. Helm, Mountain Park, 1st, $100, 8 mos.; J. M. Walker. 
Nina Mynatt, Mountain Park, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

6. Mrs. Everett Barefoot, Weed, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; Ed Payne. 

7. Phebe McAdams, Bent, 1st, $70, 8 mos.; H. B. Walters. 

8. Hanna Greenberg, Cloudcroft, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Tom Charles. 
Pauline Bemis, Cloudcroft, 1st, $50, S mos. 

9. J. W. King, Weed, Per., $75, 6 mos.; J. R. Ehart. 
Carye Dean, Weed, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 

10. E. F. Funk, Three Rivers, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; A. Bennett. 
Evelyn Gore, Three Rivers, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

11. .T. J. Cridebring. Cloudcroft, Per., $75; S mos.; J. T. Bailey. 
Mrs. C. A. Redic, Cloudcroft, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

Jeanette Craver, Cloudcroft, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

12. H. P. Collier, Mayhill, Life, $75, 8 mos.; Jasper Scott. 
Ollie Thomason, Mayhill, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

Clara Tillotson. Mayhill 1st $40, 3 mos. 

13. Mrs. Rosalind Cox, Weed, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Lee Green. 

14. Mrs. Susie Tuton, Elk, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. O. Walker. 

15. J. E. Malone, Shamrock, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; C. R. Wyland. 
Dillard Blankenship, Alamogordo, 1st, $40, 6 mos.; C. R. Wyland. 

16. Laura Smiser, Qrogrande, 1st. $90, 9 mos.; Allen Culver. 
jMabel Culver, Brice, Per., $75, 9 mos. 

Pet Lamkin, Xewman, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

17. Ivel Davis, Cloudcroft. 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Chas. Bonnell. 
Nellie Fennimore, Cloudcroft, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 

18. T. A. Standifer, Avis, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; E. Nelson. 

19. W. A. Neve, Orange, Per., $75, 8 mos.; E. C. Brownfield. 
Mrs. Kate Brownfield, Orange, 3rd, $40, 8 mos. 

20. Sue Dobbin, Lulu. 1st, $60, 5 mos.; A. A. Trammell. 

21. Lyda Rhode, Alamogordo, 2nd $60, 6 mos.; J. A. Spillers. 

22. Eva Moffett, Orogrande, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; J. A. Work. 

23. Blanche Anderson, Pinon, 1st, $60, 6 mos .; J. C. Rogers. 

24. Chalmers Bower, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; C. H. Bower. 

25. Mrs. A. J. Bond, La Luz, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; Jesus Berunda. 
.26. (Summer School) Cloudcroft, 5 mos.; A. J. Posey. 



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QUAY COUNTY. 

(E. Pack, Tucumcari, Co'unty Superintendent.) 

1. Tucumcari (see Page — ) 

2. Jeanette Eller, Revuelto, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. Blea. 

3. G. L. Hickey, Endee, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; W. F. Phipps. 
Fred Hedgcoke, Endee, 2nd, $30, 2 mos. 

4. Rera Scarbrough, Puerto, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Foly Griggs. 

5. Mary Miller, Quay, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; A. B. Capps. 

6. Stella Peters, Montoya, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; Otto Beasley. 
Margaret Cavanaugh, Montoya, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

7. Elvia Walker, Hudson, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; B. C. Powell. 

8. J. A. Conway, Tucumcari, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; W. A. Dodson. 

9. Essie Coffey, Montoya, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; C. M. Porter. 

10. Annie Hunniciutt, Dodson, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; S. E. Parker. 

11. Mrs. F. D. Pullen, San Jon, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; L. W. Barrett. 

12. D. M. Simmons, Allen, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; B. L. Long. 

13. Mary Humphreys, Montoya, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Carl Brown. 

14. Teacher not yet employed, Loyd,; J. T. Withington. 

15. Cleo Jackson, Hanley, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; A. Gordon. 

16. Maggie Jackson, Tucumcari, 1st, $55, 7 mos.; J. J. Girouard. 

17. Maude Cornett, Lesibia, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; G. H. Sours. 

18. Lillie Brinley, Tucumcari, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Mrs. C. H. Deyam- 
pert. 

19. Mrs. J. R. Wall, House, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; J. C. P'aschall. 

20. Mrs. Blizaibeth Hicks, Endee, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. E. G. Ferree 

21. Roy H. Smith, Plain, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. P .Nelson, Quay. 
■^' 27. Thos. Norris, Bard, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. W. Murry. 

28. Eloise Belle, Hudson, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; R. C. Moore. 
Sarah D. TJlmer, Hudson, Life, $70, 7 mos. 

30. Chas. D. Wemet, Jr., Norton, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; D. G. Clements. 

31. Ruby Besse, Revuelto, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; B. A. Cannon. 

32. C. W. Loftis, Prin., Logan, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; J. F. McFarland. 
S. V. Cissell Logan, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

Mrs. W. F. Bonds, Logan, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

33. W. F. Wall, Prin., Nara Visa, 1st, $125, 9 mos.; O. O. Gragg. 
Mrs. W. F. Wall, Nara Visa, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Pearl Brown, Nara Visa, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Leman Whitaker, (Miss) Nara Visa, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

34. J. A. Atkins, San Jon, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; J. T. White. 
Willie Moyer (Miss) San Jon, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

36. A. B. Stemple, West, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Lobley. 

37. Dale Montgomery, Harris, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; F. M. Ballinger, 

35. Mrs. C. F. Pratt, Quay,, 1st. $55, 5 mos.; C. A. Stterwhite. 



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39. Flora J. Bell, Hudson, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; Claud Brown. 

41. Mrs. Marie Mauser, ]\Iontoya. Per.. $50, G mo?.; Ja?. :Mauser, 

Anna Culbertson, Lesbia, 3rd. $50, 5 mos. 

47. Teacher not yet employed, Grady; L. G. Ewiing. 

4S.. Mrs. J. R. Wall, House, 1st, $55, 7 mos.; B. L. Francis. 

50. W. H. Highsmith, Obar, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; G. Berlin. 
Mrs, Fannie Highsmith, Obar, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

51. Rosa Nelson. Tucumcari. jnd, $50, 5 mos.; I. J. Briscoe. 

52. J. B. Scarbrough, Jordan, 1st. $65, 5 mos.; H. T. Cox. 

53. Lonnie Caton, Plain, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; A. J. Hall. 

54. Mrs. J. R. Mace, McAlister, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; W. A. Runyan. 

55. Fi-ed ^Vhitfield, Woodrow, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; T. J. Moorman. 

56. Blanche Swift, House, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; John Eschler. 

57. Lula O. Ix)ckard, Curry, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; D. W. Cecil. 

59. J. C. Williams, Hauley, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; Teo. D. Martinez. 

60. J. T. Stalcup, Pr., Kirk. 2ud, $50, 6 mos.; W. J. Gragg. 

61. J. B. Scarbrough, McAlister, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; W. C. Lee. 

62. Mabel Boucher, Ard, 1st, $27.50, 5 mos.; B. S. Wade (.Line.) 

63. Kate Parker, Curry, 2nd, $50, 5 nios. ; M. H. Blackbourne. 

64. Jessie Mai-sh, Eudee, 1st. $50, 6 mos.; J. E. Murray. 

66. C. D. Sims, Forest, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; M. F. Buttram. 

67. Roy H. Smith, Plain. 2nd, $60. 6 mos.; R. B. Bell. 

70. Ruby Besse, Obar, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; R. R. Hoard. 

71. J. M. Hedgcoke, Jr., Endee, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. E. Martin. 

72. J. S. Scarbrough, Jordan, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. E. Cannon. 

73. Mrs, \V. V. Willis, Anuiston. 1st, $55, 6 mos.; J. S. Cox. 
75. J. S. Scarbrough, Ima, 2ud, $50, 5 mos.; H. A. Bragg. 

77. Mrs. James R. Mace, Roosevelt. 2nd, $50, 2\^ mos.; W. B. 
Wootton. 

79. J. A. Conway, Prairie View. 1st, $70, 5 mos.; G. H. Frederick. 
SO. Mrs. G. L. Miurray, Bard, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; J. B. Deweese. 

81. Mrs. Roy H. Smith, Plain, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; C. A. Curtis. 

82. Audry Huckaby, Ima. 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. W. Moneas. 

S3. Mrs. J. D. Summerville. San Jon. 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. C. Gaar. 

S6. Mrs. E. M. Stemple, Endee, 2nd. $50, 5 mos.; J. W. Parker. 

SS. Mrs. Hilda Long, San Jon, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. V. Carter. 

S9. Emma Hawkins. Lockney, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.: Frank Farmer. 

94. S. C. Burnett, San Jon, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; G. L. Coffman. 
97. Bertha Snelson. Plain. 3rd. $50, 5 mos.; W. J. Hunton. 

95. H. C. Weaver. Lockney. 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; H. E. Haney. 

99. Mrs. B. H. Litton, Porter. 3rd. $50. 5 mos.; E. M. Goforth. 

100. EtJiel Johann, Obar, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; O. S. Greaser. 

103. MaiT J. White, Rana, Per., $50, S mos.; C. W. White, 

104. Teacher not yet employed, Nara Visa,; B. D. Gillett. 

105. Mrs. Mary E. Monkres, Prairie View, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; L. J. 
Hilton. 



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106. Mrs. Mertha McCullough, Canode, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; J. D.. 
Meeks. 

RIO ARRIBA COUNTY. 

(David Martinez, Jr., Velarde, County Superintendent.) 

1. Roman Atencio, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan D. Atencio. 
Germinia Atencio, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.. 

2. Arcenio Velarde, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Flavio F. Miera. 

3. Henry Guillen, Santa Cruz, $50, 5 mos.; E. Espinoza. 
E. D. Trujillo, Ctiamita, 3rd, $49, 5 mos. 

4. Canute Trujillo, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Julian Trujillo. 

's. Sophie A. Cordova, Truchas, 3rd, $65, 5 mos.; Carpio Archuleta. 
E. Cordova, Truchas, 3rd, $-50, 5 mos. 

6. Sarita M. Vigil, Truchas, $50, 5 mos.; Isidro Vigil. 

7. (Not yet employed); Zacarias Rodriguez. 

8. Mrs. C. M. Maestas, Chamita, 3rd, $44, 5 mos.; A. Salazar. 

9. J, A Arellano, Ojo Caliente, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Candido Garcia. 
Demetrio Trujillo, Ojo Caliente, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

10. B. D. Trujillo, El Rito, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Fabian Garcia. 

11. Amalia Chavez, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Patricio Martinez. 

12. Luis V. Chavez, Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; T. Velasquez. 

13. G. Trujillo, Petaca, 3rd, $oO, 5 mos.; Moises Lucero. 

14. Ursulo Ortiz, Vallecitos, 2nd, $75, 5 mos.; Eligio JaramiUo. 

15. Eli Martinez, Ortiz, Col, 1st, $65. 5 mos.; Marcos J. Duran. 

16. E. F. Ulibarri, Canjilon, 3rd, $50, *5 mos.; T. D. Vargas. 

17. Victor Ulibarri, Tierra Amarilla, 1st, $75, 8 mos.; Ismael Uli- 
barri. 

Pedro J. Martinez, Tierra Amarilla, 1st, $70, 6 mos. 

18. Sabino Ollvas, Parkview, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; E. A. Abelta. 
Alfredo Valdez, Park View, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

19. Arthur Carr, Chama, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; D. M. Wright. 
Mrs. Frances E. Carr, Chama, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Olive Duer, Chama, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

20. Mrs. E. R. Martinez, Rinconada, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; J, Q. Rendon., 

21. May Winn, Lumberton, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Santiago Martinez. 

22. Eva Darrow, Rosa, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Alfred Long. 

23. Margarito Espinosa, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Sanbran Lo- 
bate. 

24. (Not yet employed); Emiterio Espinosa. 

25. Joaquin Salazar, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Bartolo Ortiz. 

26. Rafaelita Garcia, Dixon, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Arellano. 

27. Manuel A. Esquibel, Tierra Amarilla, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Andres- 
Salazar. 

28. J. M. Ortiz, Brasos, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Arcenio S. Martinez. 
Luis V. Martinez, Brasos, 3rd, $50, 3 mos. 



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29. J. C. Romero, El Vado 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Andres Valdez. 

30. (Not yet employed) ; Mrs. T. M. Gallegos. 

31. (Not yet employed) ; E. Gomez. 

32. Mrs. Cirila Montoya, Ojo Sarco, 3rd, $40, 5 mos.; J. J. Romero. 

33. Mrs. J. W. Waffensmith, Alcalde, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Juan E. 
Sanchez. 

34. Clotilde Ortiz, Cliamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose S. Lucero. 

35. Miguel C. Jaramillo, Canjilon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Pedro T. Y. 
Chacon. 

36. Eulogio Cata, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; B. L. Salazar. 

37. Cirila M. Romero, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Luis M. Sanchez. 

38. Mrs. Fortunata L. Garcia, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. Cirila 
R. Valdez. 

39. Levi Martinez, Tierra Amarilla, 2'nd, $65, 6 mos. ; Fred Delgado. 

40. Esquipula Montoya, Abiquiu, Srd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. Benita 
Serrano. 

41. Teofila Ortiz, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5< mos.; J. C. Borrego. 

42. B. R. Martinez, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Alvino Martinez. 

43. G. M. De Vargas, La Madera, 2nd, $75, 5 mos.; J. M. Maestas. 

44. Santos Gonzales (Miss), Petaca, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Jara- 
millo. 

45. Nellie C. Fuller, Espanola, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; Diego Salazar. 
Mrs. 'Henry Pollard, Espanola, 1st, $65, 9 mos., 

Mrs. Louise R. Broadwell, Espanola, 2nd, $50, 6 mos. 

46. Filogonio Rodriguez, Gallina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Carmen Jacquez. 

47. Teodora Lopez, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Epifanio Jaramillo, 

48. Maguin Sandoval Espanola, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Solomon Garcia. 

49. Sabino UUbarri, Tierra Amarilla, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. Fil. Mon- 
tano. , 

J. G. Valdez, Tierra Amarilla, 3 rd, $50, 5 mos. 

50. Venceslao Serna, Chamita, 1st, $60, 7 mos ; Romulo Herrera. 

51. Tabita Sanchez, Tusas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. A. Sanchez. 

52. (Not yet employed); (No directors yet.) 

53. Alfred Livingston, El Rito, 2nd, $50, 5> mos.; Manuel Esquivel. 

54. (Not yet employed) ; Juan F. Ortega, Vallecitos., 

55. Jose D. Martinez, Las Tablas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; M. A. Lobato. 

56. J. M. Medina, Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Preciliano Mar- 
tinez. 

57. E. S. Broadwell, Espanola. 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. H. Halterman. 

58. Flavio Montoya, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Justo Lopez. 

59. Juan N. Herrera, Gallina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. R. Maestas., 

60. Victor M. Vigil Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Ramon Y. Moya. 

61. Zoraida Gallegos, Ortiz, Col., 3rd, $50, 5 mos,; J. N. Ruibalid, 

62. Eusebio Martinez, Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; D. E. Martinez, 

63. (Not yet employed) ; Earl G. Sparks, Rosa. 



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G4. \emecio Martinez, Tres Piedras, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Telesforo 
Barela. 

65. Pedro Pacheco, Youngsvile, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Ramon Jaramillo, 

66. Silviano Roibal, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; .Juan B. Sanchez. 

67. Elena Garcia, Ojo Sarco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; P'ablo Pacheco. 

68. Sixto Alire, Canjilon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.: Ramon Baldonado. 

ROOSEVELT COUNTY. 

(Mrs. S. F. Culberson, Portales, County Superintendent.) 

1 Prof. J. S. Long, Portales, Ist, $125, 9 mos.; J. A. Fairly. 

Pryor p.. Timmons, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos. , 

J. V. Bieler, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

L. L. Brown, Portales, ]st, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. G. L. Reese, P'ortales, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Montana L. Grinstead, Portales, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. A. R. Johnson, Portales, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Maud Wallace, Portales, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Bessie Farten, Portales, Jst, $55, 9 mos. 

Anna Boucher, Portales, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Mrs. W. P. Kenady, Portales, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Altha Lewis, Portales, 2nd, $35, 9 mos. 

2. Mrs. Mary Branham, Elida, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; R. E. Tusha. 
Hesther Kennamore, Elida, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

Jas. R. Shock, Elida, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Ethel Forbes, Elida, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Nora Keller, Elida, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Edwin G. Taylor, Elida, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

3. Lydia E. Dupuy, Texico, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; E. N. Wheeler. 
Ha^elwood Moore, Texico, 1st $50, 5 mos. 

4. Minnie Forbes, Portales, 2nd, $50. 7 mos.; e. N. Wheeler. 

5. Mayme McCullough, Floyd, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; S. F. Lane. 
7. F. D. Ingram, Eiland, 1st, $60, b mos.; W. O. Davis. 

9. J. H. Kelso, Tolar, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; A. E. Jeter. 
Vella Forest, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. M. Kel.«o, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

10. R. A. Palm, Arch, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; J. W. Ross. 
Irene Smith, Arch, 1st, $55, 5 mos. 

11. Fred L. Ohr, Lacy, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; L. L. Wharton. 

13. Margoierite Patterson, Portales, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; C. P. Moon.. 

14. Lillian Gilliam, Elida, 2nd, $45, 6 mos.; J. L. Paxton. 

15. J. W. King, Portales, 2nd, $70, 6 mos.; Frank Galloway. 

16. Lena King, Elida, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; W. Todd. 

17. Maud Copeland, Kermit, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; H. P. Hardt. 
■ 18. Doris Reed, Elida, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; W. A. Bradley. 

19. Annie Thomas, Elida, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; A. W. Baker. 



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2G. Maud West, Elida, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Sid Beall. 

28. J. C. Webb, La Lande. 1st, $100, S mos.; L. W. Dillon. 

Irene Cole, I^ Lande, 2nd, $65, S mos. 

30. Prof. W. F. Osborne, Taiban, Life, $100. 9 mos.; C. L Speight. 

Mrs. L. E. Davies, Taiban, Per., $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Alex Ballantyne, Taiban, prof., $75, 9 mos. 

33. A. R. Young, Rogers, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; W. O. McCormack. 

34. Fi-auk Greathouse, Longs, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; T. H. Long. 

35. (Teacher not yet employed.) 

36. Mattie Doss Hightower, Portales, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; J. W. 
Thompson. 

37. P. M. Fortner, Carter, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; H. C. Kachel. 

39. Lillian Smith, Cromer, 1st. $50, 5 mos.; A. J. Burkett. 

40. Roma Brdyles, Causey, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Louis A. Little. 

44. Mrs. Mary D. Baker, Delphos, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; R. E. McAlister. 

45. Clyde Boucher, Longs, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Ira Ricketts. 

46. A. L. Wilson, Cromer, 1st, $50. 5 mos.; A. B. Cares. 

47. J. D. Cyphers, Benson, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; M. A. Mathews. 

48. Rhea Robbins, Delphos, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; J. F. Cranford. 

49. J, W. Russell, I'pton, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; Oliver Gore, 

50. H. O. Thomas, Ingram. 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; L. G. Scott. 

53. W. L. Breithaupt, Melrose, 2nd, $60, 6 mos,; J. D. Payne. 

54. Ida Johnston. Floyd, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; D. F. Keeter. 

56. Rex Borough, Redlake, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. A. Lee. ^ 

57. (Teacher not yet employed.) 

65. Vertie Ashton, Claudell, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. F. Lamb. 

66. Cora Young, Melro.'^e, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. O. Miller. 

73. J. "W. Taylor, Nobe, Per., $50, 5 mos.; H. ^I. Plummer. 

74. Judd Miller, Rancho, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; L. A. Perry. 
76. Florrie Rabb, Kenna, Per., $40, 5 mos.; M. W. Garland. 
81. A. S. Croom, Dereno, $50. 5 mos.; D. W. Hagu. 

87. Ida Johnston, Floyd, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. W. Blue. 

88. Cheatam Evans, Portales, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; J. A. Tinsley. 

89. IMae Adams, La Lande, Per,, $50, 5 mos.; J. C. Powell. 

91. Frank Greathouse, Inez, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Toilet. 

92. Leaoda Sanders, Rogers, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; P. J. Depperman. 
95. Alice Berry, Taiban, 1st, $50, 5 mos. ; D. M. Huddleston. 

97. H. O. Thomas, Claudell, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. W. Dye. 

99. Bessie Young, Arch, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. F. Holford. 

100. Mrs. Sarah K. Ellis, Elida, ]st, $50, 5 mos.; J. P'ipkiu. 

101. Lucile Armstrong, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. P. Witt. 
103. C. P. Stone, Taiban, 2nd, $57.50, 5 mos.; Ben Hall. 

105. C. B. Robinson, Inez^ 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. D. Greathouse. 

107. Mrs. B. B. Nash, Portales, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; T. P. Elkins. 
lOS. Margiierite Patterson. Portales, 1st, $55, 5 mos ; W. M.. 
Preece. 



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109. Minnie Mondaj^ Melrose, 2nd, $60, 5. mos.; W. T. Brite. 

110. J. W. Slone, Redland, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. W. Gregory. 

111. Mrs. Monte Chavers, Redlake, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; James Stin- 
son. 

112. Lottie Smith, Melrose, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. D. Fowler. 

113. Lillian Marshall, Portales, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; R. T. May. 

115. Edna Caldwell, Redland, 2nd,, $50, 5 mos.; J. T. Swope. 

116. Georgia Gilliam, Portales, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; M. M. Boone. 

SAN JUAN COUNTY 

(J. L. G. Swinney, Aztec, Superintendent.) 

1. Chloe Darrow, La Boca, Col., Per., $50, 5 mos.; Marselo Lucero. 

2. Earl Douglass, Prin., Aztec, 1st, $120, 9 mos.; E. P. Wilson. 
Edna Oakley, Aztec, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

M. F. Fifield, Aztec, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Grace Anderson, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Kate Found, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Ruth. Jackson, Aztec, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 

3. Amy Hutchin, La Plata, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; N. A. Conger. 

4. Mrs. Clara H. Israel, Kirtland, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. M. Black. 
Wilma Stolworihy, Kirtland, Per., $35, 5 mos. 

5. E. A. Schreck, Prin., Farmington, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; L. M. Gar- 
rett. • 

F. Al. Culberson, Farmington, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Daisy Norris, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Nellie Clonch, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Lena Ricketts, Farmington, 1st, $60, mos. 
Bess Pennington, Farmington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Mattie Holmes, Farmington, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

6. Mrs. Alice Kirk, Bloomfield, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; George Salmon. 

7. May Rafferty, Blanco, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. F. Chaves. 

S. Helen M. Keyser, Farmington, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; H. W. Cross. 

9. C. F. De La Mater, Cedar Hill, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; H. E. Rice. 

10. Edith Whitford, Riverside, 1st, $60, 7 mos.; E. McDaniel. 

11. Lily E. Colton, Pendleton, 1st, $60, 8 mos.; Owen W. Hale. 

12. Mary McMichael, Cedar Hill, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; C. D. Taylor. 

13. Annie Whitehead, Turley, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; I. W. S. Martinez. 

14. L. B. Baughman, Prin., Flora Vista, Life, $75, 9 mos.; W. O. 
Crandall. 

Edna Baughman, Flora Vista, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Ruth Hartman, Flora Vista, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

15. Elizabeth Beaton, l^argo, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. H. Selph. 

16. Asa Martin, Prin., Aztec, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; Mrs. Homer Dudley, 
Rosing. 

Mrs. Mattie Hatfield, Rosing, 2nd, $40, 7 mos. 



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17. Refugio, Aragoii, Turley, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Lino Sandoval. 
IS. A. E. Bailey, La Plata, 2nd, |65, S mos.; Reuben Ripley. 

19. Edith Kimball, Allison, Colo., Per., $50. 6 mos.; A. B. Kimball. 
Avis Heflin, Allison, Colo., 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

20. Gladys Taylor, Fruitland, 1st, $G0, S mos.; Mrs. Belle Vaughan, 
Liberty. 

21. Esther Gay, Blanco, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Casimiro Sals. 

22. E. T. Israel, Kirtland, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; Mrs. J. L. Clawson, 
Fruitland. 

23. Mrs. Katherine McMaster, Farmington, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; Mrs. 
Mabel D. Woods. 

24. Ida Estes, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. H. Hippler. 

25. Eva Col ton, Bloomfield, 1st, $55, 6 mos.; Ed. H. Weldon. 

26. Frances Rice, Farmington, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. K. P. Pipkin. 

27. Francescita Jacques, Blanco, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. J. Archuleta. 

28. Mrs. Esther Horn, Rosing, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; F. E. Pierce. 

29. Mrs. Adelaida Archuleta. Blanco. Per., $50, 5 mos.; Ricardo 
Archuleta. 

30. Pearl James, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; L. D Seitsinger. 

31. Tracy Bousman, Turley, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY 

(M. F. DesMarais, Las Vegas, County Superintendent.) 

I. Mrs. Lou Cobb, Las Vegas, 1st, $111.11, 9 mos.; Luis Armijo. 
Florence Mair, Las Vegas, Life, $65, 9 mos. 

Marguerite Bernard, Las Vegas, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Rose Powers, Las Vegas, 5 yr. Prof., $57.50, 9 mos. 
Ofelia Trujillo, Las Vegas, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Louise Trahey, Las Vegas, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Louise Wells, Las Vegas, 5 yr. Prof , $55, 9 mos. 
Pauline Jaramillo, Las Vegas, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Soledad Montana, Las Vegas, 5 yr. Prof.,, $50, 9 mos. 
Katherine DesMarais, Las Vegas, 1st, $65. 9 mos. 
3. P. Baca, Las Vegas, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; Jose R. Lopez. 

5. Sister Arnolda, San Miguel, 1st $65, 5 mos.; Juan Garcia. 
Sister Emilia, San Miguel, 1st, $70, 5 mos. 

6. Perfecto Gallegos, Villanueva, 3rd, $50. 5 mos.; Teodoro Bach- 
icha. 

Eloisa Sanchez, Villaniieva, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

7. Chas. A. Quintana, Chapelle, oid. $50, 7 mos.; .Gregorio Montoya. 

8. Herman C. Herrera, Ribera. 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; Cesario Rivera. 

9. Rosario Lucero, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Luis Montoya. 

10. Arloene McMurtrey, Onava, 1st, $60, 6 mos.; N. A. Beck. 
Sadie Kerkhuff, Los Alamos, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

II. Emma C. Snyman, Chaperito, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Pedro M. Rael. 



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12. Julia Herrera, Rociada, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Rafael Garcia. 

13. Lucy M. Floyd, San Jose, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Nicacio Ortiz. 
Lucy E. Clement, San Jose, 1st, $60, 5 mos. 

14. Luisa Ulibarri, Sena, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Indalecio Sena. 

15. Isidro Trujillo, Trujillo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Teodoro Pacheco. 

16. Pedro A. Tafoya, Valley Ranch, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Placido 
Armijo. 

17. Guadalupe De Baca, Rociada, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.;Faustin Silva. 

18. Vidalia Montano, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; Francisco Tapia. 

19. Eloisa Hildalgo, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Elizardo Gonzales. 

20. Louise Schneipple, Chaperito, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Dolores Gallegos. 
Amelia, S. Delgado, Chaperito, 2nd, $60, 5 mos. 

21. Rita Varela, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose C. Rivera. 
Arolvi Shearer, Pecos, Per., $50, 5 mos. 

22. Hilario Aragon, Villanueva, 3rd, $.50, 5 mos. ; Luciano Quintana. 

23. Julia Narvaez, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Pablo Salaz. 

24. Francisca L, Valerio, Chapelle, P'er., $50, 5 mos.; Bacilio 
Griego. 

25. Dionicio Trambley, E. Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Bonifacio 
Baca, Las Vegas. 

Jessie B. Evans, E. Las Vegas, Prof., $40, 5 mos.; 

26. Ezequiel Sanchez, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio M. Romero. 

27. Sabina Gonzales, Tecolote, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan F. Gurule. 
Margarita R. Gonzales, Tecolote, 2nd, $65, 5 mos. 

28. Ramon Duran, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Guadalupe Aranda. 

29. C. Leyba, Leyba, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Enrique H. Leyba. 

30. Lucy Valdez, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F*red Allemand. 

31. Julia Kavanaugh, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos ; Jose Y. Mon- 
toya. 

32. Annie Breen, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Romualdo Gomez. 
Adela Armijo, Mineral Hill, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

33. Presiliana Mares, Tecolote, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Esperidon Ara- 
gon. 

34. Joaquin Ortega, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Elijio Roibal. 

35. Rosendo Ortiz, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Hilario Montano. 

36. Ramoii M. Trujillo, Sanchez, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Ramon A. Tru- 
jillo. 

37. Alice D. Kier, E. Las Vegas, 1st, $65, 8 mos.; Dave Newcomer, 
E. Las Vegas. 

Apolonio Sena, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50. 7 mos. 

38. Josefa Ulibarri, Buxton, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Jose Gonzales y Maes. 
Gerald M. Buxton, Buxton, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

40. Tiburcita Gonzales, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Enrique Dean. 

41. Josefita Ulibarri, Sena, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Enrique Dean. 

42. Florentino Montoya, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Florencio 
Chacon. 



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43. Anna L. Stephenson, Isidore, 2nd, $G0, S mos.; B. A. Encinias. 

44. Guadalupe Hidalgo, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Nestor Mon- 
tane. 

45. Eugenic Romero, Rociada, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Canuto Ramirez. 

46. Alejandro Flores, Villanueva, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Francisco 
Chaves. 

47. Jose U. Lucero, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Seveto Lucero. 

4S. Elizabeth Irvin, Valley Ranch, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Celestino 
Gonzales. 

49. Marie C. Navarro, Las Vegas, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; Lorenzo Leal. 

50. Juan J. Clancy, Antonchico, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Hipolito Baca, El 
Pino Ranch. 

51. Genohevo Gabaldon. Rowe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Pahlo Salmeron. 

54. Teofilo Madrid, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Fernandez Trujillo. 

55. Sister M. Lucilla, Ribera, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Lamberto Ortiz. 
Sister M. Damascine, Ribera, 1st, $60, 5 mos. 

56. Abenicio Alcon, Maes, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Alcon. 

62. Narciso Duran, Hilario, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Gonzales. 

63. Virginia Naranjo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felipe Roibal. 

64. Sallie Blanchard, Sapello. 3rd, $50, 6 mos; Luis Jaramillo. 

C5. Abelino Ortiz, Trujillo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Dionisio Ulibarri, E. 
Las Vegas, Box 26. 

65. Cirilo V. Martinez, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Anselmo Bowles. 
69. Louise Beiseman, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Martin Marquez. 

71. Melesio Lucero, Los Alamos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Victor Lucero. 

72. Juan B. Estrada, Variadero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Bias Lucero. 

73. Helena Montoya, Gonzales, 3rd, $50, S mos.; J. M. Cordova. 

76. Ramon Gonzales, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Angel Dimas. 

77. Margarita C. de Baca, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Silverio 
•Gonzales. 

79. Gregorita Delgado, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Santiago 
Garcia. 

SO. Guadalupe Romero, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Joaquin 
Chaves. 

81. Lila Gallegos, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Epifanio Vijil. 

83. Dollie Buxton, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Albino B. Gallegos. 

86. Sofia Vasquez, Trementina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Valentin Madrid. 

87. Tomas C. de Baca, Trementina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Melqniades 
Tenorio. 

88. Daniel Trujillo, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Simon Roybal. 

89. Anna S. Chacon, Gonzales, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; Manuel D. A. Maes. 

91. Guillermo Ortiz, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan Jiron. 

92. Filadelfo Tafoya, Rowe, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Jesus Garcia. 

93. Augustin Duran, Ribera, 3rd, $50, 5 mOs.; Tomas Gonzales. 
.94. Alice M. Tipton, Cherryvale, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; B. B. Schweiger. 



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95. Anna Bell Pankratz, E. Las Vegas, 1st $60, 7 mos.; Frank 
Dick. 

97. Miguel A. Guerin, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mauro Vijil. 

SANDOVAL COUNTY 

(Bonifacio Montoya, Bernalillo, Coiunty Superintendent.) 

1. Sister M. Malachy, Bernalillo, 1st, $75, 10 mos.; Louis Gros. 
Sister M. Edwina, Bernalillo, Life, $75, 10 mos. 

Bro. Francis, Bernalillo, 1st, $75, 10 mos. 
Bro. Leonard, Bernalillo, 2nd, $75, lO" mos. 

2. Rita R. Griego, Sandoval, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; H. Cordova. 
Amadeo Aragon, Sandoval, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

4. Mary Rachael, Regina, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; W. P. Fish. 

5. (Teacher not yet employed.) $50, 5 mos.; Pablo Arch. 

15. Mrs. Virgia Block, CaDezon, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. T. Chaves. 

16. S. S. Lucero, Placitas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. Gurule. 

17. Chea Sandoval, San Pedro, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. P. Montano. 

18. Carolina Gonzales, Jemez, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Delfin Garcia. 

19. Manuel Trujillo, Algodones, Life, $75, 10 mos.; P. Griego. 
Corina Castillo, Algodones, 2nd, $55, 10 mos. 

20. Genevieve Anaya, Cuba, 1st, $65, 6 mos.; T. Romero. 
Praxedes Espinosa, Cuba, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

21. Lucas Gallegos, Cabezon, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; R. L. Mirabal. 

24. Refugio, Baca (Miss), Domingo, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; J. Seligman. 

25. William H. Garner, Jr., Cabezon, 3rd, $50, 5 mOs.; J. Sandoval 

29. Mary Valverde, Jemez Springs, Per., $75, 9 mos.; P. Sandoval 

30. Fabiola Baca, Jemez, Per., $50, 5 mos.; D. A. Sawttele. 

31. Brigida Garcia, Jemez, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. Trujillo. 

32. Lydia E. Archuleta, La jara, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; D. B. Lobato. 
40. Sylviana Baca, Bland, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Geo. Rinaldi. 

42. Nemesina Sandoval, Cuba, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; D. McCoy. 

51. Sister M. dementia, Pena Blanca, 1st, $75, 10 mos.; M. Baca, 
Sister M. Raphelia, Pena Blanca, 2nd, $50, 10 mos. 

52. Librada Crespin, Pena Blanca, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. ; L. Gallegos. 
Reinita Silva, Pena Blanca, 3rd, $40, 5 mos. 

Tillie Castillo, Cabezon ,2nd, $60, 5 mos.; C. Casados. 



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SANTA FE COUNTY 

(John V. Conway, Santa Fe, County Superintendent.) 

1. Lorenzita Romero, Pujoaque, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Viterbo Quintana, 
Santiago J. Martinez, Pujoaque, 3rd, $30, 5 mos. 

2. Jose Ortiz y Baca, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Martin Acuna. 

3. Josie Lujan, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Beatriz Vigil. 

4. Eustacia Tapia, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

5. Lucinda Ortiz, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felix Romero. 



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6. Francis Anaya, Santa Fe, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Padilla. 
Belle M. Anaya, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

7. Bessie Wisdom, Cerrillos, 1st, $90, 9 mos.; Sabato Sargaria. 
Mabel A. Huffman, Cerrillos, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Effie Niccum, Cerrillos, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

8. Manuel Chaves, Galisteo, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; Jose N. Gonzales. 
Jose Villanueva, Galisteo, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

9. Mrs. B. L. Lawson, San Ildefonso, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Marcelino 
Roybal. 

B. L. Lawson, San Ildefonso, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

10. Ella Short, Stanley, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Nellie Hughes. 

11. Dora Clements, Golden, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Frank Davis. 
Ruby Roibal, Golden, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

12. Mary A. Anderson, Lamy, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; J. A. Ackerman. 

13. Simonita Gonzales, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Juan G. Roybal. 

14. Elvira Gonzales, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Simon Romero. 
Enriqueta De Aguero, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

15. Isabel Chaves, Nambe, 3rd. $50, 5 mos.; Bonito Romero 
Lucy Duran, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

16. Fred Alarid, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Evaristo F. Trujillo. 

17. Rosie Alarid, San Pedro, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Alexander Baca. 
IS. Mrs. Perry Fergusson, Santa Cruz, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; Jose 

Ygnacio Madrid. 

Josetma Lopez, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 
Juan J. Lopez, Santa Cruz, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 
Luisa Alarid, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

19. Julia De Aguero, Lamy, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; P'atricio Garcia. 

20. Mrs. Madeline Dominguez, Chimayo, 3rd, $J0, 9 mos.; Victor 
Ortega. 

21. William J. Morgan, Hyer, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Albert A. Brown. 

22. Mrs. Helen L. Gauze, Otto, 1st, $50, 8 mos.; H. Pickett. 

23. Frances Martinez, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Archie H. Bell. 

24. Mrs. Eleanor C. Almeida, Kennedy, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; Bonito 
Seilor. 

25. Jose D. Silva, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Frank G. Armijo. 

26. Sixto Garcia, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Manuel Jiminez. 
Candido Ortiz, Santa Fe, 3rd,, $50, 5 mos. 

27. Mrs. Katherine Pritchett, Madrid, Ist, $85, 9 mos.; L. J. Lloyd. 
Susye Gillespie, Madrid, 1st, $65,9 mos. 

28. Ramon R. Quintana, Santa Ciuz, 3rd, $50, 5 mcs.; Matias Mon- 
•to.ya. 

Enrique Archuleta, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

29. Ramon Gonzales, San Ildefonso, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; J. A. Gon- 
:gales. 

Pedro Trujillo. San Ildefonso, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

30. Mrs, Mildred King, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Juan Baca. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 57 

31. Ida Coleman, Moriarty, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Grover C. Martin. 

32. Ada Bassett, Venus, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; John D. Martin. 

33. Ambrosita Rodriguez, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Valintine Val- 
dez. 

34. Ethel Gaddis, Venus, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. A. Williams. 
Mrs. Mae Hill, Venus, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

35. Willie Day, Venus, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Joseph S. Black. 

36. Teofilo Vgil, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Longino Vigil. 

37. Nora Black, Otto, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; E. L. Williams. 

38. Esther Quintaiia, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Luis A. Martinez. 

39. Elvira Williams, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio S. Griego. 

40. Carlota Armijo, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Canuto Ortiz. 

41. Ruth Meltabarger, Venus, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Charles Munford. 

42. Tillie Cortez, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Eugenio Probst. 

SIERRA COUNTY. 

(F. I. Given, Hillsboro, County Superintendent.) 

1. Emily McLean, Lake Valley, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; W. P. Keil. 

2. Bessie Cavanauagh, Hillsboro, 1st, $100, 7 mos.; Mrs. C. W. 
Bucher. 

Lolita Alexander, Hillsboro, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 
P. J. Given, Hillsboro, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

3. Roscoe Wykoff, Kingston, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; Mrs. C. Anderson. 

4. Eleanor Fries, Las P'alomas, 2nd, $60, 3 mos.; Antonio Armijo. 

5. L. C. Ramirez, Cuchillo, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Max Garcia. 
Hazel B. Reilly, Cuchillo, 1st, $70, 4 mos. 

6. D. B. Morrill, Hot Springs, 1st, $70, 5 mos.; Mrs. S. P. Johnson. 

7. K. C. Wiseman, Monticello, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; F. F. Sanchez. 
Mrs. J. C. Nave, Monticello ,2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

9. Bessie Spann, Hermosa, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; T. A. Slater. 

10. E. V. Wiseman, Fairview, Prof., $70, 5 mos.; V. G. Trujillo. 

11. August Mayer, Chloride, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Oris. Olsen. 

12. Lulu Grumbles, Engle, Prof., $70, 9 mos.; N. S. Nye. 
Leonore Thwaits, Engle, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 

Mrs. Etta R. White, Elephant Butte, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mabel Baldwin, Elephant Butte, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Alice A. Gage, Elephant Butte, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Maggie M. Bell, Elephant Butte, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Wilmoth Cannon, Elephant Butte, Life, $65, 9 mos. 

14. Naomi Wytcherley, Derry, 2nd, $65, 3 mos.; Jose T. Duran. 

15. Mary Oliphant, Arrey, 1st, $65, 5 mos.; Raquel Candelara. 

16. J. I. Rawson, Hillsboro, 2nd, $60, 4 mos.; Aaron C. Chavez. 

18. Minta Gilliam, Arrey, 1st, $72, 5 mos.; J. W. Dawson. 

19. J. I. Rawson, Monticello, 2nd, $60, 1 mo.; Mrs. C. N. Sedillo. 

20. Mrs. Vesta Redmond, Cutter, Per., $50, 4 mos.; Mrs. George 
Shults. 



58 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

SOCORRO COUNTY. 

(Benjamin Sanchez, Socorro, couniy Superintendent.) 

1. George Lougee. Socorro. Superintendent, 1st. $12"!, 9 mos.; 
A bran Abeyta. 

B. G. Woodward, Socorro, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Hazel Howard, Socorro, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. M. S. Kelley, Socorro, Life, $(50, 9 mcs. 
jMiss Hun: Robertson, Socorro, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
IMartin Lopez, Sr., Socorro, 2nd, $60. 9 mos. 
Mary E. Collins, Socorro, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

2. Myrie L. Rirt, Quemado, 2nd, $69. 7 mos.; Ramon Garcia. 

o. P. A. Marcellino, Polvadera. Life, $75, S mos.; E. E. Cliavez. 

4. M. A. Gonzales. Bernardo, 3rd, $50. S mos.: Gregorio C. Ortiz. 

5. Pedro Lopez. La Joya, 2nd, $75, S mos.; Meliton Barela. 
Hattie Dye, La Joya, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

6. E. M. Chavez. Lemitar. 2nd^ $75, S mos.; Pedro A. Vigil. 
Nellie Stackpole. Lemitar, 2nd, $50, S mos. 

7. L. C. INIahanna, San Antonio, 1st, $85, 8 mos.; ,T. E. .Montoya. 
E, May Crawford, San Antonio, 2nd, $75. 8 mos. 

8. Lola M. Romero. San :Marcial. 3rd, $50. 9 mos.; Jesus Velarde. 

9. Eloisa Montoya. San Marcial. 3rd. $."u\ 9 mos ; Ellego Gabal- 
•don. 

10. Robert G. Park, Alma, 1st. $75. 9 mos.; Hugh :\lcKeen. 

11. Ruth Broadhead, Kelly, 1st, $95. 9 mos.; Eduardo l.ucero. 
Jewell Dodgen, Kelly. 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

12. Mrs. Geo. Dixon, Magdalena, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; Flavio Vigil. 
Nora Trew. Magdalena. Life. $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. C. F. Miller. :Magdalena, 1st, $55, 9 mos.. 
Callie L. Beagle. Magdalena, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Gretchen Dixon, [Magdalena, 1st, $55. 9 mos. 
Anna Ames, Magdalena. 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 
Sara E. Lewis, [Magdalena, 3rd. $50, 9 mos. 
Marguerite Maxwell. [Magdalena.. 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

13. Leslie H. Dumenil, San Marcial. 1st. $95. 9 mos.; R N. Ames 
Mary McCurdy. San [Marcial, Life, $75, 9 mos. 

Ruth J. Hyland, San Marcial, 1st, $75. 9 mos. 
Rita McDaniel, San Marcial, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

14. David Chavez, San Marcial. 1st, $100. S mos.; Manuel P'argas. 
David E. Baca. San Marcial, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

15. Grace Horn Cone. Clyde, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Jose E. Gutierrez 

16. Eduardo Sanchez, Moorad, 2nd, $75, 6 mos.; Candelario Torres. 

17. Gertrude Holleman, Reserve, 1st, $75. 7 mos.; Eniil Kiehne. 
IS. Ethel Crawford, Reserve, 1st, $7."^, 7 mos.; P. S. Higgons. 
19. Lizzie Virden, Engle. 1st. $75. 5 mos.; J. H. Wood. 



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The old style aKency that merely notified teachers of vacancies, wasted 
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The modern exchange that carefully collects definite and reliable information 
with reference to character, personality, training, experience and the special 
work for which applicants are best adapted, and presents this information in 
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If you are a successful teacher, or if you have made adequate prepara- 
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-60 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

20. Josefita Montoya, Polvadera, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; A. V. Tafoya. 

21. Mary Harris, Socorro, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; Faustin Gonzales. 

22. Nora Sullivant, Aragon, 1st, $85, 8 mos.; J. R. Milligan. 

23. Tennie Day, Datil, 2nd, $70, 8 mos.; Fred Baldwin. 

24. Daphne Holt, San Marcial, 1st, $70, 6 mos.; Jose Lr. Rojo. 

25. Avelino Lopez, San Antonio, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; V. V. Tafoya. 

26. Minnie Sullivant, Aragon, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Ed Wheeler. 

27. Martin Lopez, Jr., San Antonio, 2nd, $65, 9 mos.; David Gon- 
zales. 

Bessie Padilla, San Antonio, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

28. Mrs. Florence Bartlett, San Acacio, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Adrian 

Pino. 

29. Lucy Lies, La Joya, 1st, $75, 5 mos.; Dolores Baca. 

30. Ciriaco Jojola, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Felipe Lopez. 

31. Ramon Baca, Puertecito, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Amado Landavuzo 
Abran Gallegos, Puertecito, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

32. Viola Dobson, Mangas, 1st, $75, 6 mos.; Filemon Baca. 

33. Gregorio Garcia, Salt Lake, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Victorio Escajeda 

34. Gregorio Abeyta, Bernardo, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; J. D. Carrillo. 

35. Fred B. Griego, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Antonio A. Chavez 

36. Q. A. Martinez, La Joya, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Leopoldo Contreras 

37. Theresa Foster, Luna, 1st, $85, 6 mos.; C. B. Martin. 

38. Rafaelita Sais, Riley, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jesus Lopez. 

39. Flora M. Chavez, Moorad, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jiuan C. Sanchez. 

40. Isidro Lopez, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Juan J. Carrillo. 

41. Mrs. Cora R. Brown, Carthage, 1st, $100, 7 mos.; Wm. Lockett. 
Mrs. Lucas M. Qlguin, Carthage, Per., $40, 7 mos. 

42. Ida Bigbee, Jackson, 1st, $75, 5 mos ; John Goddard. 

43. Damey Salever, Reserve, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Asencion Barreras 

44. Andres Abeyta, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Ricardo Ortega. 

46. Amador Abeyta, Moorad, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Gabino Pacheco. 

47. J. C. Gordy, Mogollon, 1st, $115, 9 mos.; O. P. M. Dempsey. 
Mrs. Lucie Gordy, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos,. 

Muriel Oakes, Mogollon, Life, $75, 9 mos. 
Emma Eschliman, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Katherine O'Keefe, Mogollon, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

48. Adelaida Sais, Burley, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Jose M. Sanchez. 

49. Rose Blanchard, Water Canyon, 2nd, $60, 8 mos.; J. P. Kelly. 

50. Mrs. W. A. Graham, Rosedale, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; J. H. Robb. 

51. Elvira Ramirez, Clyde, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; D. Gabaldon. 
School Districts Nos. 45, 52 and 53 created lately, and no teachers 

employed as yet. 



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62 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

TAOS COUNTY. 

(Jose Montaner, Taos, County Superintendent.) 

1. INIrs. Emma W. Probert, Taos, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; A. D. Suazo. 
Sister Mary McGinnis, Taos, Prof., $65, 6 mos. 

Sister Sue Gartin, Taos, Prof., $65, 6 mos. 
Emily Des-Georges, Taos, 3rd, $40, 6 mos. 
Mrs. A. McGowan, Taos, 1st, $65, 6 mos. 
Mrs. Manuel Alfaro, Taos, 3rd, $40, 6 mos. 
Refugio Sandoval, (Miss) Taos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

2. Pablo Quintana, Taos, 2nd, $70, 7 mos.; Teodocio Gutierrez. 

3. Timothy C. Luna, Talpa, 2nd. $60, 7 mos.; Donaciano Romero. 
Mary Adamson, Talpa, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

4. Juanita Clcutliier, Taos, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; Sam Quintana. 

5. Filemon Sanchez, Arroyo Seco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; J. M. ^Medina 
Jacobo Mondragon, Arroyo Seco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Filemon T. Martinez, Arroyo Hondo, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; Tranqui- 
lino Medina. 

Mrs. Tonita D. :Martinez, Arroyo Hondo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

7. H. R. Wisehart, Questa, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; Jacob Posner. 
Mrs. Mathilde B. Woodman, Questa, Prof., $65, 7 mos. 
Mary Struck, Questa, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

S. Perfecto Martinez, Penasco, 2nd, $66, 7 mos.; Salomon Ortega. 
Mrs. Sadie Pippin Martinez, Penasco, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

10. Fidel Martinez, Penasco, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Abel Romero. 
J. B. Valdez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

11. Alfred Trujillo, Cerro, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; E. D. Leon. 

12. Antonio Martinez, Costilla, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; E. Manzanares. 

13. W. K. Shui,e Ojo Caliente, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. A. Hernandez. 

14. M. M. Pacheco, Pina, 2na, $50, 7 mos.; F. A. y Santistevan. 
J. M. Lobato, Pina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

15. Emma M. McKean, Tres Piedras, Prof., $75, 7 mos.; E. B- 
Seward. 

16. Matilde DesGeorges, Penasco, $50, 5 mos.; Jose A. Lopez. 
Frank Rodarty, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

17. Eliseo Ortega, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Amador Romero. 
IS. Mrs. C. M. Brown, Taos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Bautista Cordova. 
Id. A. B. Siuazo, Ranches of Taos, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; Luciano Vigil. 

20. Jacob :\I. Bernal, Ranches of Taos, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; T. A. Ri- 
vera. 

J. J. Vigil, Ranches of Taos, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

Manuelita Gonzales, Taos, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

Juan B. Romero, Jr., Ranches of Taos, 3rd, $50, 4 mos. 

21. Carpio Archuleta. Penasco, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; J. U. Ortega. 

22. Timoteo Romero, Taos, 2nd, $60, — mos.; Malaquias Martinez. 

23. Jose P. Cordova, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; Jose R. Leyba. 



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24. Omi Bolander, Penasco, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose M. Mascarenas. 

25. Anna Reisinger, Red River, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.; B. J. Young. 

26. Romulo Dominguez, Chamisal, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Macedonio 
Sanchez. 

27. Edith Cage, Cerro ,2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Thomas Cage. 

28. Mrs. Emma Martinez, Pina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; id^milio Sanchez. 

29. J. M. Quintana, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; .J. B. Pacheco. 

30. Chas. D. Horner, Penasco, 1st, $70, 7 mos.; Placido Garduno. 
Jacob Martinez. P'enasco, 3rd, $45, 6 mos. 

31. Celedonio Trujillo, Costilla, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; J. R. Santistevan. 
Fernando Meyer, Jr., Costilla, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

32. Samuel P. Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; F. Garcia. 

33. Archie Bolander, Carson, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; J. U. Rogers. 

34. Alice Cage, Arroyo Seco, $50, 2nd, 5 mos.; Martiano Romero. 

35. Fred Gonzales, Cerro, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; A. B. Gallegos. 
J. B. Gallegos, Cerro, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

36. Cora Santistevan, Arroyo Honda, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Aniceto 
Martinez. 

TORRANCE COUNTY. 

(Chas. L. Burt, Mountainair, County Superintendent.) 

1. Mrs. Pearl Richards, Tajique, 2nd, $55, 6 mos.; Emelio Otero. 

2. Ona Chandler, Torreon, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; Salvador Chavez. 
Laura Young, Torreon, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; (Resigned.) 

3. C. M. Quintana, Manzano, 3rd, $50. 5 mos.; Sebero Pena. 
Mrs. Maud Pena, Manzano, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

N. Maud Jones, Manzano, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

4. Delia Means, Eastview, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. S. Spencer. 

5. Juan Romero, Punta, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Nicanor Carrillo. 

6. A. L. Lacy, Willard, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; J. A. Chapman. 
Mrs. M. R. Patterson, Willard, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Edna Chapman, Willard, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Ira L. Ludwick, Bstancia, 1st, $90, 8 mos.; S. E. Kemp. 
Gladys Corbett, Estancia, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

Blanche Parrett, Estancia, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

8. Anna M. Flowers, Moriarty, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.; A. M. Shockey. 

9. L. M. Mathis, Palma, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Bemgno Baca. 

10. J. I. Ferguson, Duran, 1st, $97.50, 9 mos.; P. P. Sanchez. 
Mrs. J. I. Fergusson, Duran, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Louisa IT. Sanchez, Duran, 2nd, $72.50, 9 mos. 

11. J. J. Contreras, Pinos Wells, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. ; Mrs. R. S. Garcia. 

12. Mrs. H. S. Torrance, Mcintosh, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; J. A. Brittain. 

13. Mrs. J. E. Veal, Mountainair, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; W. R. Orme. 
Alice Hoyland, Mountainair, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 



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Ethyl M. Thompson, Mountainair, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

14. Mrs. Stella B. P'almer, Estancia, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Ben Young. 

16. Amelia Del Curto, Ehcino, 2nd, $75, 8 mos.; Julian Salas. 

17. Mrs. Vina T. Douglas, Estancia, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; C. M. Mil- 
bourn. 

18. Mrs. Eva Corbett, Estancia, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. C. Grant. 

19. Mrs. W. M. Horn&by, Moriarty, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. ; Q. K. Knight. 

20. E. A. Haggard, Corona, 1st, $85, 9 mos.; W. J. Clay. 

21. Etna McHan, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; D. DeSmith. 

22. V. T. Furman, Mountainair, 2nd, $50, 5 mos ; W. S. Hodgson. 

24. Mrs. Armead Douglas, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; D. L. Gar- 
land. 

25. Mrs. L. B. Jackson, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. M. Crawford. 

26. Mrs. J. E. Sandusky, Willard, 1st, $60, 5 mos.; W. H. Gregory. 

27. Mrs. Vah""W. Lane, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Van W. Lane. 

28. Elizabeth Hubbard, Lucio, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; E. A. Mattingly. 

29. Eloyde Neel, (Miss) Moriarty, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; W. M. Neel. 

30. Vina T. Furman, Moriarty, 2nd, $45, 6 mos.; P. N. Dannevik. 

31. D. S. King, McInLosh, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; J. B. Woodall. 

32. Mae Spann, Mountainair, 2nd, $60, 5 mos.; Juan Serna. 

34. Wanda Lyman, Mountainair, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. O. Coffey. 

35. W. K. Twyeffort, Cedarvale, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; R. F. Taylor. 
Mrs. Grace M. Taylor, Cedarvale, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

36. Rennie Stump, Mcintosh, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; John Gloss. 

37. Mabel Sellers, Mountainar, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; J. H. Cummiford. 

38. Chas. Daniels, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; A. R. Dressier. 

39. Solomon Archuleta, Willard, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Jose Ma. Torres. 
Torres. 

40. Mrs. Lillian D. Norvell, Mcintosh, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. C. S. 
Kellog. 

41. Mrs. Mary J. Kayser, Willard, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Felipe Alderete. 

42. Teacher not yet employed.) 

43. Annie C. Miuruphy, Negra, 1st, $70, 9 mos.; L. P. Walters. 

UNIONi COUNTY. 

(H. H. Errett, Clayton, County Superintendent.) 

1. J. W. Thopson, Prin., Clayton, 1st, $150, 9 mos ; G. W. Guyer. 

Anna Mathews, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

L. Jackson, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Marie Myers, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Goldie Spring, Clayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Vida McArthur, Clayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Josie Loveless, Clayton, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Lillian Mathews, Clas^ton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 



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Mrs. Irene Howard, Clayton, 1st, $60, 9 mos.; (Rural School.) 

2. -Bettie Brooks, Guy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; M. B. Gripe. 
J. C. Pruett, Guy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

3. Rita Ryan, Prin., Folsom, 1st, $100, 9 mos.; E. P. Bishop. 
Ellen Hodges, Folsom, ist, $75, 9 mos. 

Marguerite McGarvy, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mabel F. Mitchell, Folscm, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

John H. G.uyer, Emery Gap, 2nd, $60, 9 mos.; (Rural School.) 

Wm. Ledgerwood, Foisom, 1st, $50, 9 mos.; (Rural School.) 

Julian Garcia, Folsom, Per., $50, 9 mos.; (Rural School.) 

4. E. D. Cartwright, Staunton, 2nd, $55, 7 mos.; Eutimio Romero 

5. Benjamin Garcia, Pasamonte, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; F. Garcia. 
C. Mrs. J. A. Romero, Beenham, 3rd, $45, 5 mos.; F. Miera. 
Emma Mangelsdorf, Beenham, 3rd, $45, 5 mos. 

7. W. W. Coulson, Clapham, 1st, $55, 7 mos.; P. Gonzales. 

8. C. M. Walker, Cone, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; I. Vigil. 

9. Kathryn Scott, DeHaven, 2nd, $54, 6 mos.; D. C. Traister. 

10. Eliza Baca, Albert, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; A. F. Chavez- 

11. D. Naranjo, David, Per., $50, 5 mos.; Rosendo Fuentes. 

12. Mrs. Frances Burghart, Logan, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. F. Galle- 
gos, Gallegos, N. M. 

13. J. W. Pratt, Logan, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.; S. B. Oliver. 

14. Dora Cornitt, Loses, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; Delfin Espinoza. 

15. F. B. Moore, Prin., Mosquero, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.; Benj. Brown. 
Mrs. Anna Guilmette, Mosquero, 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

16. Epifanio Garcia, Reyes, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Juan B. Vigil. 

17. Trinidad Martinez, Barney, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; A. F. Sanchez. 

18. A. T. Coffey, Kenton, Okla, 2nd, $55, 7 mos.; R. W. Wagner. 

19. Max Arnett, Atencio, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Luis Silva. 

20. Margaret Mann, Centerville, 1st,- $55, 10 mos.; Mrs. Lee Forker. 

21. B. W. Lile, Bueyeros, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; C. K. Trujillo. 

22. L C. Huff, Prin., Des Moines, 1st, $90, 9 mos.; W. B. Funk. 
Herbert Gallon, Des Moines, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Clementine Ivie, Des Moines, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Pelle Logan, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; (Rural School 

Miss C- E. Horton, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; (Rural School.) 

Roy Green, Des Moines ,2nd, $50, 5 mos.; (Rural School.) 

T. J. Ferry, Des Moines, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; (Rural School.) 

Rosetta, Byrne, Des Moines, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; (Rural School.) 

23. Mrs. Vine Dimmit, Corrumpa, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; E. D. Wight. 

24. Mrs. S. F. Grossaint, David, £rd, $50, 5 mos.; T. Salaaar. 

25. Katie Day, Holland, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; J. B. Netrow. 

26. Nora McClellan, Hayden, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; H. G. Magruder. 

27. Lula Kerr, Hayden, 1st, $45, 6 mos.; W. A. Swoyer. 

28. Reba McArthur, Kenton, Okla., 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; T. Giles. 



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29. Mrs. Maud Elder, Roy, 1st, $50, 6 mos.; D. M. Valdez. 

30. Guida Hardin, Amistad, 1st, $42, 8 mos.; A. C. Douglas. 

31. Mary Ructer, Prin., Amistad, 1st, $50, 7mos.; O. C. Borger. 
Mrs. Mary Hardin, Amistad, Life, $50, 7 mos. 

32. Cora Gilliam, Wanette, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.; Wm. Morland. 

33. Georgie Chase, lone, 3rd, $40, 6 mos.; A. Veith. 

34. Melvin Jenkins, Amistad, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. W. Duke, Center- 
ville, N. M. 

35. Bertha Kerr, Rosebud, 1st, $50, 7 mos.; Mrs. M. T. Ni.x. 
Nora Connell, lone, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

36. Florence Skelton, Seneca, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; O. x\.. Rinker. 

37. Mrs. N. Hannaman, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. E. Coons. 

38. B. P. Gouger, Vance, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; G. L. Pile. 

39. James McArthur, Texline, Texas, Per., $50, 5 mos.; J. Shillings. 

40. Mrs. Sallie Reeves, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. A. Means, Jr. 

41. W. S. Kenned}^ Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; T. J. Hunter. 

42. Mabel Coulson, Claji:on, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; C. L. Lobenski, 
Wanette. 

43. C. E. Anderson, Vance, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Mrs. H. Mangelsdorf. 

44. Mabel Hefner, Clayton, 2nd, $55, 5 mos.; D. O. Waters. 

45. Minnie Bowen, Thomas, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; .1. A. Stephenson. 
Anna Thomas, Thomas, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

46. Arthur England, -Clayton, 1st, $55, 5 mos.; L. H. Gardner. 

47. Hildred McNown, Dedman, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; J. M. Moss. 
Ora E. Jones, Dedman, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

48. Winnie Arnett, Pasamonte, 2nd, $50, 8 mos.; C. C. Ellis. 

49. J. B. Melton, Gladstone, 2nd, $54, 5 mos.; j. Goodyear. 

50. E. L. Stephens, Sedan, 2nd, $65, 5 mos.; A. B. Christenson. 
Mrs. E. L. Stephens, Sedan, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

Mrs. Ollie Johnson, Sedan, 2nd, $50, 5 mos. 

51. Lois McArthur, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. F. Sefton. 

52. Mrs. Bessie Bywater, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 9 mos.; A. C. Osborne,, 
Texline, Texas. 

53. Mrs. M. Wilbur, Sedan, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; W. T. Gibbens. 

54. Fannie Giles, Guy, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; W. S. Rowley. 
.55. Lydia Wenz, Clayton, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; R. G. Cox. 

56. Mattie Cunningham, Cuates, 2nd, $30, 5 mos.; W. F. Kendrick. 
•Stella Kendrick, Cuates, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

57. Ethel Cunningham, Atencio, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Abe Bene. 

58. Mildred Byram, Clayton, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; E. C. Smith. 

59. Ada Walker, Mosquero, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; John U. Tobler. 

60. Mrs. Grace McClure, Clayton, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Levi Horn. 

61. Mrs. Marie Ward, Patterson, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; J. E. Scott. 

62. T. Romero, Reyes, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; J. L. de Baca. 

63. C. M. Coon, Logan, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; Ed Armijo. 

€4. Mrs. Nell Hauser, Hayden, 2nd, $50, 6 mos.; Bert Harwood. 




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C6. FYancisco N. Baca, Albert, 3rd, $50. 5 mos.; Jose IT. Baca. 

C7. Tersa Miller. Willow Springs, 2nd, $r>0. .". mos.; :\lrs. I\Ieda llan 
son. 

OS. Magilalena Lu.ian, Atencio, Per.. $oO. "> mos.; .lacobo Pacheco. 

1)0. Daisy Pinson, Dedman, 1st, $50, 5 mos.; Herbert Nicholson. 

70. Maxine E. Bryson, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; B. V. Gard. 

71. Mrs. Mamie Miller, Grandview, ord, $50, 5 mos.; O. AV. .Tohnson. 

72. Mrs. Grace L .Goe, Cone, 2nd, $45, 5 mos.; J. Z. Rogers. 

73. Zona Braly. Corrumpa, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; Oscar Winchester. 

74. Essie Myers, Mt. Dora. 1st, $70, 9 mos.; .T. H. Kilburn. 

75. :Monroe A. Scott. Sampson, 1st, $50. 5 mos.; W. B. Van Cleave. 
7t). Arthur Neve. Staunton, 2nd, $50, 5 mos,; J. R .\dams. 
Audrey Gibbs. Srd, $50, 5 mos. 

77. Teacher not yet employed; D. S. Weeks, Bryantine. 

7S. .Tohn Hotehkiss, Dedman, 2nd, $i;0, 7 mos.; H. .T. Farr. 

79. Dott Wagner. Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 5 mos.; ,T .E. Alexander. 

80. Mrs. Kd Logne, Des Moines, Per., $50, 5 mos.;. T. H. :\layo. 

51. Mrs. Eva Woods, Mcsquero, 1st, $50, 5 mos.: W. L. Woods. 

52. .Mrs. Lou Chelf, Grenville, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; L. Urton. 

53. Eloise Bristol. Kenton. Okla., 2nd, $(50, 7 mos.; .1. Wiggins. 

VALENCIA COUNTY. 

(Saturnino Baca, l^elon. County Suporiniendeni.) 

. 1. Amelia Raff. Los Lunas, 1st, $75. 9 mos.; lk'>leslo Romero. 
Maude E. :\Ic:\Ianis, Los Lunas, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mollie Tondre, Los Lunas, 3rd. $50, 9 mos, 

2. Mrs. Nora Brumback. Belen, Life, $125, 9 mos,: D. L. Romero. 
W, Melvin Fox, Belen. 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Florence Nelson, Belen, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
E. Ruth Ziegler, Belen, 5 yr. Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Sarah G. Tooker. Belen, 5 yr. Prof., $00. 9 mos. 
Beryl Long, Belen, 3 yr. Prof., $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Florence Mack, Belen, 1st. $00, 9 mos. 
Alice Devlin, Belen, 2nd, $60, 9 mos 
Florence Laycoek, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
!VIargaret Thompson Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
IManuel Sanchez, Belen, Srd, $50, 9 mos. 

3. Xorverto Padilla, Relen, 2nd, $55, .S mos.; J. D. Cordova, Jarales. 
Mrs. A. E. von B. Fat jo, Jarales, 1st, $50, 5 mos. 

Sarah Baca, Belen, 3rd, $50. 6 mos. 

;5. Mrs. Lola G. Grimm, Cubero, 1st, $S0. S mos.; Kpimenio .lava- 
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Crisanta Duran. Cubero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 



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Bass' Beginner's Reader (Span. Ed.). 

Bass' Beginner's Reader (Reg. Ed.). 

Bass' First Reader. 

Watson & White's Elementary Arithmetic. 

Watson & White's Complete Arithmetic. 

Bourne & Benton's Introductory American History. 

Bourne & Benton's History of the United States. 

Manly-Bailey's Lessons in English, Books I — 11. 

Dunn's Community and the Citizen (Rev. Ed.) 

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6. Mrs. Maria Gurule, Seboyeta, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Permin Marquez. 

7. Jacobo Chavez, Marquez, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Eugenio Marquez. 

8. Beneranda Otero, San Mateo, 3rd, $50, 6 mos.; Nazario J. San- 
doval. 

9. Jose de Jesus Lopez, Los Lunas, Life, $55, 7 mos.; A. F. 
Aguirre. 

10. Frieda Stripe, Peralta, 1st, $65, 7 mos.; Nicolas Gurule. 
Frank Sanchez, Peralta, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

11. Mrs. M. C. Garley, Los Lunas, Per., $50, 6 mos.; Miguel Silva. 

12. John H. Rain, Adelino, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.; Mateo Gabaldon. 
Adelino Sanchez, Adelino 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

Manuel A. Baca, Adelino, Per., $30, 5 mos. 

13. J. R. S. Sanchez, Belen, 2nd, $70, S mos.; Valentin R. Sais. 
Martyn Baca, Belen, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

16. Lucile Holt, Bluewater, 1st, $65, 9 mos.; Jos. F. Nielson. 
Matilda Cluff, Bluewater, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

17. Olive J. Bashford, San Rafael, 1st, $80, 9 mos.; Telesforo 
Mirabal. 

Barbara Montoya, San Rafael, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

18. Frank Ortiz, Bibo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos.; Florencio P'adilla. 
Lulu Krick, Bibo, 1st, $60, 5 mos. 

19. Ruth Schlott, Lagnna, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; Gus Weiss. 

20. Nicanor Romero, Ballejos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.; Francisco Vallejos. 

22. Mrs. Letha S. Nash, Peralta, 1st, $60, 6% mos.; Guillermo 
Orena. 

23. Hazel Wolfe, Grants, 1st, $75, 9 mos.; N. S. Bibo. 

24. Mrs. J. C. Castillo, Atarque, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Rafael Sanchez. 

27. Mercedes Chavez, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; A. Bianchl. 
Alicia Sanchez, Los Lunas, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

28. Alberto Sanchez, Belen, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.; Jesus Ma. Chavez. 

29. Chas. H. Gooch, Tome, 2nd, $60, 6 mos.; Ramon B. Chavez. 
M. M. Salazar, Tome, 3rd, $47, 6 mos. 

30. Mrs. B. N. Jones. Sawyer, 1st, $75, 7 mos.; Buck Moore. 

33. Fred Baca, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.; Felipe S. Castillo, Jarales. 



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address is given.) 

Catholic, Roman — St. Vincent's Academy, Sisters of Charity, Albu- 
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lari, S. J. Pastor, Albuquerque, 6th, bet. Copper and Tijeras; Sacred 
Heart P'arochial School, Rev. J. Artheis, S. J. Albuquerque, bet. 4th 
St. and Stover Ave.; St. Phillip's Neri, Parochial School, Rev. P. 



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Academy, Sisters of Loretto, Santa Fe; St. Francis School, Sisters of 
Loretto, Santa Fe; St. Michael's College, Christian Brothers, Santa Fe; 
St. Catherine's Indian School, Santa Fe; St. Vincent's Orphans' Home, 
Sisters of Charity, Santa Fe; Sisters of Loretto, Sisters of Loretto, 
Taos; Academy of Our Lady of Lourdes, Silver City; Sacred Heart 
School, Sisters of St. Francis, Gallup. ' 

Chavez Endowment, Felipe Chavez Academy, Will of Mr. Chavez, 
Belen. 

Christian Reformed Church of America, Rehoboth Mission Board- 
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Cougregational~Rio Grande Industrial School, Albuquerque; Cu- 
bero Mission School, Cubero; Congregational Mission, San Rafael; Se- 
boyeta Mission, Seboyeta. 

Methodist — ^Javajo Mission, Farmington; Harwood Home, Albu- 
querque. 

Presbyterian— IMenaul School, Albuquerque; El Rito Mission, Cha- 
con; Chamisal iMission, Chamisal; John Hyson Memorial, Chimayo; 
Embudo Presbyterian, Dixon; Agua Negra, Holman; Jewet Navajo, 
Liberty; P'resbyterian Mission, Ranches de Taos; Mary B. James- 
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morial, Taos; Tierra Amarilla School, Tierra Amarilla; Truchas Mis- 
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Private — Albuquerque Business College, Albuquerque; Cumberland. 
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Kernodle's School, Carlsbad; Kindergarten, Miss Jessie Brewer, Ros- 
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Albuquerque — Menaul School: J. C. Ross, Superintendent; R, B. 
:\IcConnell, Principal; D. Cordova, D. R. Jennings, Manual Training; M. 
Trujillo; Mrs. J. C. Ross, Music; Miss S. B. Sutherland; Effie Henry; 
Mary P. Webster; M. D. Smith, Grace Scanland; Maude Hart; C. B. 
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Santa Fe — Allison-James Schools; Olinda A. Meeker, Superin- 
tendent; Melicent L. Woods; Mary E. Wilson; Carrie E. Rigg; Clara 
A. Donley; Alice Hicks; M. Frances Robe; Mrs. Mary P. Morehead; 
Nannie P. Beers; S. Qster Meier; Catharine Meeker, Clerk. 

Holman — Annetta Bell; Jesse B. Tipton. 

Chamisal — ^Cosme Garcia. 

Chimayo — ^Olga Hoff ; Clara L. Converse. 

Chacon — Luella Rolafson; Sarah J. Reed. 

Dixon— Miss E. P. Orton; Miss M. M. Burkett; Mary McKenzie. 

Taos — Ina F. Scott; Annie E. Beck; Victoria MacArthur. 

Ranches of Taos — Alice Hyson. 

Taos — Elizabeth W. Craig; Miss Lucy Craig. 

Trementina — Lou E. Tipton, Alice A. Blake. 

Las Truchas — Marian D. Dutton; Rebecca C. Moore. 



CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH SCHOOLS. 

(Dr. Josiah H. Heald, Albuquerque, Superintendent.) 

Albuquerque — Rio Grande Industrial School: A. C. Heyman, Prin- 
cipal; assistants, Mabel Ann Smifh, Clara B. Wright, Ralph E. Gibson, 
Olivia Leas, Mary A. Bunker, John A. Jacobson, Albert W. Pegau, Mrs. 
Harriet Dunne. 

Cubero — 'Mrs. L. A. Collins, Principal; Assistant, Laura W. Col- 
lings, i i 

Marquez — Margaret W. DeBusk, Principal; assistant, Bessie Smith. 

San Mateo — Olive G. Gibson, Principal; assistant Jennie Nichols. 

San Rafael — laa L. Frost, Principal; assistant, Anna I. Fox. 

Seboyeta — Mrs. Louise C. Cecil. 



METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH SCHOOLS. 

Albuquerque — The Albuquerque College: H. A. Bassett, Principal; 
Mrs. H. A. Bassett, Assistant. 

Albuquerque — The Harwood Industrial School: Mary J. Pittard, 
Superintendent; Almedia House, School P'rincipal and Teacher m 
Higher Grades; Margaret J. Tripp, Spanish and other subjects; Wini- 
fred Hemenway, Primary Teacher; Alma Manock, Teacher in Sewing; 
Meda Walden, Domestic Science. 



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William E. Thackrey, Clerk; Lewis C. Day, Physician; Mary E. 
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p.iiuarian; Georgia A. Chase. Teacher; Katherine Earlougher, Teacher; 
Delia A. Morton. Teacher; Doxee G. Holman. Teacher: Crystene O. 
Ayer, Teacher, (Temp.); Charlotte A. Hrixner, Teacher, (Temp.); Ada 
r. Risser. Teacher; Flora V. West. Kindergnrtner; Hattie J. Hickson, 
Matron; Elizabeth J. Mahaffey, Laundress; George M. Barton, Carpen- 
ter: Alfred W. Skinner. Blacksmith and Wheehvriviht : Vicente F. Ar- 
mijo. Gardener: Anna E. Siebert. Seamstress: Betiie O. Thackrey. Do- 
mestic Science Teacher: Barbara J. Barton. Assistant Cook; Helen E. 
Temple, Assistant Matron; George J. Robertson. Snpt. of Industries: 
.Phoebe Rol>ertsoii. Assistant Maitron: William Cayier, Engineer. 
(Temp); Rudolph E. Kopke. Tailor: Ozetta B. Jenks, Cook; C^ndelario 
Roybal, Baker: lo P. Mix, Laborer; Guy G. Gilmore. Shoe and Harness 
Maker: Tulie Yazza. Labor (Nightwatch) ; Rosalie INI. Nejo. Xurse; 
Robert B. Haymes. Assistant Disciplinarian: Annie K. Abner, Assistant 
Seamstress: Mabel Paisano. Assistant Matron. 

Santa Fe Indian School 

(Frederic Snyder. Superintendent.) 

John S. R. Hammitt. Clerk: Robert E. Johnson. Principal: Jimetta 
Kidd, Teacher; Hattie C. Allen, Teacher; Marj- J. Pritchard, Teacher; 
Fi-ank I. Dorr. Teacher: Nan Morgan, Kindergiirtner. (Temp.); Alice 
0, Marmon. Teacher: W. S. Harroun, Physician: Reyes A. Gurule. 
Disciplinarian: Desiderio Naranjo. Assistant Disciplinarian: Charlotte 
B. Snyder, Matron; Jessie P, Irwin. Assistant Matron: Dora J. Gumle, 
Assistant Matron: Rebecca Giron. Assistant Matron; Minnie DeV. 
Kathbvm, Domestic Science Teacher; Elizabeth W, Enos. Seamstress; 
Rose Glass, Xnrse: Emma M. Mathews, Assistant Nurse; Nettie Li- 
kins, Cook: Rose Roberts. Assistant Cook: Sanbran Baca, Assistant: 
Aurelia Martinez. Laimdress: Victoria Cruz, Assistant Lixuudress; Ma- 
rianita Naranjo. Assistant: Milton R. Likins. Engineer: Oscar E. Mc- 
Daniels, Industrial Teacher; John F. Irwin, Carpenter: George H. Hen- 
son, Blacksmith; Celso Giron, Assistant Engineer; Severiano Naranjo. 
Tailor: James D. Porter. Gardener; Severiano Tafoya, Baker; Salvador 
Perez. Shoemaker: Rush Roberts. Laborer. 

Employes of the Pueblo Agency and Day Schools 

(Philip T. Louergan, Albuquerque, Superintendent- > 

Earnest H. Hammond, Albuquerque. School Inspector; Walter L 
Eolander (Picuris Rieblo:>, Teacher, Penasco; Hattie O. Bolander 
(Picuris PuebloV ind. Teacher. Penasco: Alice G. Dwire (Taos Pue- 
blo). Teacher. Taos: Nellie N. Peery (Taos Pueblo), Teacher, Taos: 
Elsie Dwire (Taos Pueblo>. Ind. Teacher. Taos: Lucy I. Balfe (San 



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82 NEW MEXICO KIH'CATIONAL UlKKCrOKY 

lUlofouso ruoUlo). ToJU'luM-, lUK'kinan: Mnmiola lUmzales iSiui Udofon 
so I'uoMo^ Ind. Teacher, lUickmaii; Mrs. lloniy 11. Kramer (San Juan 
Pueblo). Teaoher, Cliiunlta: Ruth Fer.iiuson (.San Juan Pueblo), Teach- 
er, Chamita: Kuiilia .Vrehuleta (,Sau .luau Pueblo) , hui. Teacher, Oha- 
niltn; Mrs. l.uelhi S. Oiallup (Santa Clara Pueblo), Teacher, Kspanola: 
Seem Gutierrez (.Stmt a Clara Pueblo). Ind. Teacher, KspanoUi; Mrs. 
Nettie Cook (Cochiti Pueblo), Teacher, Pena l?lanca: Dominga Ortiz 
(Cochiti Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Pena Blanca; Mary K Dissette (Santo 
IHuuingo Pueblo), Teacher, Domingo; Daisy Thomas (Santo Domingo 
Pueblo). Teacher. Domingo; Teresa llowacum (Santo Domingo Pue- 
blo), Ind. Teacher, Domingo; Fannie .1, Dennis (San Felipe Pueblo), 
Teacher, Al,«;odones; Harvey Townsend (San Felipe Pueblo), Teacher, 
Al.godoues; Victoria Gallegos (San Felipe Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Al- 
godones; Mary Mathia Boyle (Jemez Pueblo), Teachei-, Jemez;; Mary 
Stephania Schramme (.lemez Pueblo), Teacher, .lemez; Ben,1amin S. 
Kothwell iZia Pueblo), Teacher, Sandoval; Florence S. Pothwell, (Zia 
PMeblo), Ind. Teaclun-, Sandoval; Mrs. Mary Fennell (Tsleta Pueblo), 
Teacher. Isleta: Rose K Watson (Isieta Pueblo). Teacher, Isleta; 
Juana Abeita (Isleta Pueblo), Ind. Teacher. Isleta; Joseph D. Norman 
(Mesita Pueblo). Teacher, Lagnna; Maud E. Norman (Mesita Pueblo). 
Ind, Teacher, l.aguna; Mrs. Agues Morrow ( I aguna Pueblo), Teacher, 
l.aguna; Mrs. llowyce Marmon (Uvguna Pueblo). Ind. Teacher, La- 
gnna: Mrs. Alberta O. Keck (Paguate Pueblo). Teacher, Laguna; .Vlmn 
H, Pool (Paguate Pueblo), Teacher, Laguna; Fi-ed W. Canfield (Para.ie 
Pueblo), Teacher, Casa planca: Mrs. Anim 0. Cantlels (Paraje Pue- 
blo), Ind. Teacher. Casa lUanca; Emma Dawson (Seama Pueblo), 
Teacher, Seama; .lulia Analla (Seama ^veblo). Ind. Teacher. Seama: 
James C. Waters (Knciual Pueblo). Teacher. Cubei-o: Mrs. Nell 0. 
Waters. Fncinal Pueblo). Ind. Teacher. Cubero; Edna M. Shockey 
(.Aconiita Pueblo). Teacher. Acomita: Ia^Ui Paytiam u-^eomita Pueblo), 
Ind. Teacher, Acomita; Mrs. Mary Nuttman (McC^artys' Pueblo), Teach- 
er. Acomita: Esther Uomero (McCartys Pueblo), Tud. Teacher, Aco- 
mita. 

Note - The abbreviation Ind. is for Industrial. 

Teachers of Agriculture and Farming 

Kobcrt S. Couruy. San Juan Pueblo, Chamita; Robert B. Anderson. 
Santa Clara Pueblo, Espanola: Lincoln 11. Mitchell. Cochiti Pueblo, 
Pena Blanca; Louis R. McDonald. Jemez Pueblo, Jemez; Juan A. 
Chaves, San Felipe Pueblo, Algodones; Robert W. Cassady, Laguna 
Pueblo. Laguna; John T, Marshall. Tsleta l"nieblo. Tsleta: Hiram Jones. 
Acoma Pueblo. Acomita. 

Teachers of Hygiene and Domestic Science for Adults (Field Matrons) 

Sara Jeffries. Sau Juan Pueblo. Chamita: Fdna May Brook (Mrs.). 
Jemez Pueblo, Jemez; Sarah Chapin, CoiHutl Pueblo. Pena BUaica: 



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S4 NEW MEXICO edin:ational directory 

Mrs. Josophiwe H. l^abbut. Stvu l-Vlipe l^ieblo. Algx)dones: Avohe Sar- 
racino. Isleta Pxieblo. Isleta; Sawatti Toribio. Paguate Piu^blo. l^igima: 
Mrs. Mabel K. l^rown. Santa Ana Pueblo, l^ernalillo. 

Physicians 

D, Wight Allison. M. D.. Taos Pueblo, Taos; Russell D. Holt. M. 
D.. Santa Clara Pueblo. Espanola; Charles LeRoy Brock. M. D.. Jemez 
tnieblo, Jemez; William B. Morrow. M. D., Laguna Piieblo, l.aguna; 
t\ner A. Slattery. M. D.. Acoma Pueblo. Acomita. 

Employes at Sanatorium for Tubercular Indians. Laguna, N. Mex. 
Frances LaChapa, Nurse: Kamona Paisano. Tjaundress; Susie 
Analla. Cook. 

Office Force at Headquarters in Albuquerque 

Sue O. Smith. Chief Clerk; Philip j. Hubbell. Clerk; John A 
Myers. Clerk; Andres Moya. 

In addition ro the above there are i> poliooniou. 4 laborers and S 
judges. 



JICARILLA AGENCY (Dulce. N. M.) 

Paul A. Walter. Principal; Ktta J. Camp. Matron; Edna A. Reagan. 
Seamstress; Charlotte S. Stagen. Nurse; Ellen E. Sexton. Teacher of 
Housekeeping: Alben F. Rill. Engineer; Ignacio Martinez. Laborer; 
Josephine R. Walter. Teacher: t.V'^*-"i^nt>, Teacher; Can-ie McCormick. 
lisundress; Mollie L. LeMieux. Cook; Minnie Hrowu, Asst. Matron: 
Michael M. LeMi.^ux. Industrial Teacher. 



SAN JUAN SCHOOL (Shiprock. N. M.) 

W. T. SheUon. Superintendent. Shiprock; Emma Loomis. Ship- 
rock; Thomas M. English. Shiprock; Cleo List. Shiprcx^k; William L. 
Johnson. Crozier. N. M. 



PUEBLO BONITO AGENCY (^Crownpoint. N. M.) 
S. F. Stacher. Superintendent; Rose H. Roberson. Ida G. Stanton. 



NAVAJO INDIAN AGENCY (Ft. Defiance. Ariz.> 

^ary B. McDoxigal (Tohatchi SchooD ; Mary F. Crickenberger (To 
hatch! Sohool"*. . , 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 85 

MESCALERO INDIAN AGENCY (Mescalero, N. M.) 
C. R. Jefferies, Superintendent; Mrs. Emma D. White-bedford, 
Teacher; Mrs. Amelia B. Thomas, Kindergartner. 



ZUNI INDIAN SCHOOL (Blackrock, N. M.) 

A. J. Bauman, Superintendent Boarding School, Blackrock, N. M.; 
Roy Nelson, Sadie Jones, (Position vacant). Day School, Zuni, N. M., 
Glenn E. Isaacs, Ida M. Steele. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 
(The 191 5 meeting will be held at Albuquerque at date.s to be fixed 
by the Executive Committee.) 

Officers 
President — .J. H. Vaughan, State College. 
Vice-President— W. H. Lov^^ry, Fort Sumner. 
Secretary — .1. H. Wagner, Santa Fe. 
Treasurer — Clias. L. Burt, Mountainair. 

Railroad Secretary and Manager— R . R. Larkin, E. Las Vegas. 
Local Secretary and Manager— .J. W. Giltner, Albuquerque. 



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86 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

Executive Committee — J. H. Vauhan, Chairman, Roswell — Alvan N. 
White, Santa Fe; L. C. Mersfelder, Clovis (to 1915); J. B. Taylor, 
Deming (to 1916); J. B. Conway, Santa Fe, (to 1917). 



NEW MEXICO TEACHERS' READING CIRCLE 
Board of Directors 

Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chairman. 

Members With Terms Expiring 1915 
Supt. John Milne, Albuquerque. 
Professor J. H. Vaughan, State College. 
Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton. 
Secretary and Manager — Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Members With Terms Expiring 1916 

Supt. Byron J. Read, E. Las Vegas. 
Supt. W. E. Carroon, Clovis. 
Supt. A. Montoya, Albuquerque. 



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pbulished by Rand, McNally Co., Chicago, 111. 

The foregoing books may be secured from the county superintend- 
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or from Rupert F. Asplund, Secretary Reading Circle Board of Direct- 
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Outlines for all Reading Circle books are published each month in 

.the New Mexico .lournal of Education, Santa Fe, New Mexico. This 

paper also contains many helpful suggestions for practical school room 

use. It is published monthly except July and August, subscription one 

dollar per year. 

Under recent rule of the State Board of Education it will he nec- 
essary for teachers desiring credit for Reading Circle work to take the 
examinations at regular examinations held for teachers' certificates, 
the papers to be read and graded as are papers written on examination 
for teachers' license, the passing grade for third grade teachers being 
50. for second 60, and for first, 75. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 87 

TO TEACHERS SEEKING POSITIONS 

Teachers are employed by local school boards and, correspondence 
may be addressed to the secretary of the board, whose name may be found 
in this directory under each city or district. In rural districts, the 
teachers are usually recommended by the county superintendent of 
schools and it may be well, therefore, to write to the county superin- 
tendents for information concerning vacancies. 

All teachers in the state must hold (1) a teachers certificate, (2) 
an institute attendance certificate showing ten days' attendance during 
the year previous to employment, or an excuse for non-attendance ap- 
proved by the county superintendent and the superintendent of public 
instruction, (3) a health cei'tificate signed by a reputable New ATexico 
physician. 

Institutes are held in all counties of the state for two or four 
weeks during the sutamer months. Write county superintendents for 
information as to exact dates. 

Eight weeks summer schools are held at the State Normal schools. 

All certificates are issued by the state department of education, 
except in incorporated cities where the boards of education may issue 
certificates to teachers employed. Write to the state department of 
education for information concerning certificates and fees. 



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Note: • The following is a list of the Women's Clubs or tlie state 
including tooth those which are included in the State Federation of 
Womens Clmbs and those which are not yet federated. The president 
of the State Federation is Mrs. Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe, N. M., 
and the corresponding secretary Is Mrs. F. W. Parker, Santa Fe. 

Alamogordo — Civic Club; Shakespeare Club. 

Albuquerque — Tuesday Literary Club; Fortnightly Club; Woman's 
Club. 

Anthony — Crescent Club. 

Artesia — MacDowell Club; Woman's Club. 

Aztec — ^Home Builders' Club; Altrurian Club. 

Carlsbad^Home and School Association; Woman's Club. 

Carrizozo^ — Civic Club. 

Clayton — Woman's Club. 

Clovis — Woman's Club. 

Deming — Patrons' Club; Woman's Club. 

Dexter — Woman's Club. 

East Vaughn — Mothers' Club. 

Elida — Mothers' Club. 

Espanola — Priscilla Club. 

Estancia — Philomatian Club; Woman's Club. 

Farmington — ^Literary Club. 

Fort Sumner — Mothers' Club. 

Gallup — ^Woman's Club. 

Hagerman — Thursday Club. 

Lake Arthur— Woman's Club. 

Lakewood — Woman's Cluib. 

Las Cruces — W'ednesday Club; Woman's Improvement Association. 

Las Vegas — Sorosis; Woman's Club. 

Magdalena — Parent-Teachers' Association. 

Mesilla Park — Woman's Club. 

Mora — Fortnightly Club. 

Moriarty — ^Woman's Club. 

Mountainair — ^Woman's Club. 

Nara Visa — Mothers' Club. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 89 

Portales — P'arent-Teachers' Association; Woman's Club; Woman's 
•Civic and Art Club. 

Raton — Sorosis; Woman's Club. 

Roswell — ^Federated Mothers' Clubs; Shakespeare Club; Woman's 
Club. 

San Marcial — Woman's Club. 

Santa Fe — ^Fifteen Club; Wallace Club; Woman's Board of Trade; 
Woman's Club. 

Santa Rosa — ^Literary Culb. 

Silver City — Fortnightly Club; Woman's Club. 

Socorro — Woman's Club. 

Springer — ^Woman's Progress Club. 

Taiban — ^Mothers' Club. 

Taos — Shakespeare Club. 

Tucumcari — Bay Vi.ew Club; Mothers' Club; Woman's Club; Citj' 
Federation. 

Tularosa — Ladies' Earnest Working Club. 

Wagon Mound — 'Fortnightly Club. 

Willard — Woman's Club. 




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Page 

Academy, Felipe Chaves 7 

Agricultural College , 9 

Albuquerque teachers, term, salary. 16 

Albuquerque Dist, Indian, day school teachers 89 

American Archaeology, School of _ 16 

Association, New Mexico EduQational 86 

Asylum, Deaf and Dumb 14 

Bernalillo county schools, teachers of, etc _ 

Bernalillo county principals of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

'Board of Education, New Mexico _ 3 

Blind, New Mexico Institute for _ 15 

Catholic church schools _ 74 

Chavez Endowment, Academy 76 

Chavez county, principals of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 5 

Chavez county schools, teachers, etc 24 

Clovis teachers, term, salary 18 

Colfax county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 5 

Colfax county schools, teachers, etc _ 26 

College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts 9 

Congregational church schools 78 

County high schools, principals _ 8 

County superintendents 3 

Curry county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages. 5 

Curry county schools, teachers, etc 28 

. Deaf & Dumb Asylum _ 14 

Department of education 3 

Dona Ana county, princ. of sQhools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 5 

Dona Ana county schools, teachers, etc 30 

East Las Vegas, teachers, term, salary _ 18 

Education, state board of 3 

Educational Association of New Mexico _ 86 

Educational institutions, heads of 3 

Educational institutions 8-12 

Eddy county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages. . 6 

Eddy county schools, teachers, etc_ 32 

Explanatory statement 2 

Grant county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns, and villages. 6 

Grant county schools, teachers, etc • • 30 

Guadalupe county, princ. of schools, unincorporated, towns and vil- 
lages 6 



INDEX 91 

Page 

Guiadalupe county schools, teachers, etc _ 34 

High schools, principals 8 

High schools, county S 

Indian schools,, superintendents of _ 78 

Incorporated cities, towns and villages, supts. and principals of 

schools . . 4 

Institute for the Blind _ 15 

Institutions, see — University of N. M.; Agricultural College; Nor- 
mal University; Normal School; School of Mines; Military In- 
stitute; Spanish-American Normal; Deaf & Dumb School; In- 
stitute for the Blind. 

Las Vegas, East, teachers, term, salary 18 

Lincoln county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Lincoln county schools, teachers, etc. . _ 38 

Luna county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages. . 6 

Luna county, schools, teachers, etc_ . . 39 

McKinley county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and "vil- 
lages R 

McKinley county schools, teachers, etc 41 

Methodist church schools 78 

Military Institute 13 

Mines, Schools of 11 

r\Iora county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages. 6 

Mora county schools, teachers, etc 41 

Museum, New Mexico 15 

New Mexico Institute for the Blind _ . 15 

New Mexico Educational Association 85 

New Mexico Military Institute 13 

New Mexico Reading Circle 8G 

New Mexico Reform School ... 16 

New Mexico Spanish-American Normal 13 

New Mexico Normal School _ 11 

New Mexico Normal University 12 

Normal School _ 11 

Normal University 12 

Otero county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vilages. 6 

Otero county schools, teachers, etc - 43 

Positions, teachers seeking _ 87 

Presbyterian church schools 76 

Principals, county high schools 8 

Principals incorporated cities, towns and villages _ 4 

Principals unincorporated towns and villages 4 

Private and sectarian schools 74 

Quay county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages . . 6 

Quay county schools, teachers, etc _ 45 

Raton teachers, term, salary 19 



92 INDEX 

Page 

l{oronii Scliool 1(5 

Reading- Circle . . . . _ 86 

Rjo Arriba schools, teachers, etc 47 

Roosevelt county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 

Inses 7 

Tioosevelt county schools, teacihers, etc 4!) 

r.oswell, teachers, term, salary 20 

Santa Fo county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

Santa Pe coiinty teachers, terms, salary HS 

Santa Fe district Indian day schools SO 

Santa Fe St. Michael's College 7(5 

Santa Fe T^oretto Academy 7fi 

Sandoval county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Sandoval county schools, teachers, etc. . . . _ 55 

San Jmin county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

San Juan county schools, teachers, etc T)! 

San Mi,guel county schools, teachers, etc _ . . . . 52 

Sectarian and private schools 74 

Sierra county, princ, of schools, unincorjioratod towns and villages 7 

■Sierra county schools, teachers, etc 57 

:Socorro connty. princ. of schools of unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages " 

Socorro county schools, teachers, etc _ r>S 

Spanish-American Normal school IH 

Statement explanatory 2 

Superintendents — county 8 

Cities, towns, villages .... 4 

Taos county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages.. 7 

Taos county schools, teachers, etc G2 

Teachers in day schools, Albuquerque district _ SO 

Teachers in day schools, Santa Fe disti-ict SO 

Teachers seeking positions S7 

Torrance count v, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages . . . ." 7 

Torrance county schools, teacliers, etc *' 

Ilnion county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages. 7 

Union county, teachers, etc - <^^ 

University, New Mexico ^ 

liniversity. Now Mexico Normal - 1- 

Valencia county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and til- 
lages ^ 

Valencia county schools, teachers, etc _ 72 

Women's (^ubs ^'^ 



INDEX 93 

INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 



Page 
Bonding Companies — 

Janaes N. Wriglit & Company Inside Back Cover 

Book Companies — 

American Book Company _ 77 

Ginn & Company 61 

Heath, D. C, & Company _ 73 

Houghton, Mifflin & Company 61 

MacMillan Company 87 

Merrill, Chas. F., Company 81 

Rand, McNally Company _ 69 

Silver Burdett & Company 71 

World Book Company 67 

Furniture and Equipment — 

Centennial School Supply Company 63 

Peabody School Furniture Company 79 

Manual Arts Press 75 

Journals and Publications — 

New Mexico Journal of Education 79 

Primary Plans 85 

Schools — 

New Mexico Institute of Science and Education 65 

New Mexico Military Institute _ 71 

New Mexico Normal School Inside Front Cover 

New Mexico Normal University Outside Back Cover 

New Mexico School of Mines 61 

Spanish-American Normal 75 

Teachers' Agency — 

Southwestern Education Exchange 59 

Typewriter Company — 

L. C. Smith _ 83 



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STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
SANTA Fe, New Mexico 

JANUARY 1, 1916 



EXPLANATORY NOTE. 



The anaugoiuont of the infonuutioti jiivon in tho UM4-15 iliroo- 
tory is ajiain foUowoil this year, gieneral satisfaction haviuj; boon o\- 
prossod by tho toaobors concornin,^- the siuiplitiod and condensed 
foiin. wbicb. at tho satne time, itidnded all needed intorniation. 

Vhtder v'^tato F.dncational Institntions will be found the name, 
departn\ent, and salary of each member of the several facnlties. The 
sante information is given concerning the teaching force in each in- 
corporatevl city. lt\ the list of county teachers, inclnding those of 
all towns :\\\k\ villages, whether incorporated or not, the information 
is arranged in the following order: No. of district, name of teacher, 
grade of certihcate. salary per nxonth. length of term, clerk or other 
meittber of school board with address given when ditYerent from that 
of teacher. I'nder tuade of Certificate Trof. indicates three-year, 
t\ve-year, or life professional: the ordinals 1st. Jnd. ord indicate, 
respectively. First. Second, and Third Grade Elementary Certitk-ates : 
Per. shows that the teacher is temporarily employed under a permit. 

Attetttion is called to the advertisements of the schools, publish- 
ers at\d t\rn\s. which appear in this issue of the directory, and my 
thanks are extended to such advertisers for their help iti meeting, the 
expeitses of the publication. 

AlAAX N. WHITE. 
State SuiHMintondont of rnblio Instrnotion. 



D. of D. 
JAN 81 1916 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

Hon. W. C. McDonald, Governor, Chairman Santa Fe 

Hon. Alvan N. White, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Sec- 
retary Santa Fe 

Dr. Frank H. H. Roberts, President N. M. Normal University 

East Las Vegas 

Professor E. L. Enloe, President, N. M. Normal School Silver City 

Supt. C. C. Hill, County Superintendent, Chaves County Roswell 

Supt. Bonifacio Montoya, County Superintendent, Sandoval 

County Bernalillo 

Supt. J. L. G. Swinney, County Superintendent, San Juan Coun- 
ty Aztec 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. 
(Santa Fe) 

Alvan N. White Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Filadelfo Baca Assistant Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Rupert F. Asplund Chief Clerk 

Eve Wientge Stenographer and Clerk 

L. C. Mersfelder, State Director of Industrial Education Santa Fe 

HEADS OF STATE EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

David R. Boyd, President University of New Mexico Albuquerque 

George E. Ladd, President Agricultural College State College 

Frank H. H. Roberts, President 'New Mexico Normal University 

East Las Vegas 

E. L. Enloe. President New Mexico Normal School Silver City 

F. A. Jones, President New Mexico School of Mines Socorro 

Maj. J. W. WiUson, Superintendent New Mexico Military In- 
stitute Roswell 

Mrs. Bernice K. Zingg, President Spanish-American Normal.. El Rito 
W. O. Connor, Jr., Superintendent Schools for Deaf and Dumb 

Santa Fe 

R. R. Pratt, Superintendent Institute for the Blind Alamogordo 

E. L. Hewett, Director Museum of New Mexico and School of 

American Archaeology Santa Fe 

J. D. McPike, Superintendent New Mexico Reform School. .Springer 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY, 



COUNTY SUPERINTENDENTS. 

(Figures in parentheses indicate number of teachers in city and 
rural districts in each county). 

Bernalillo, Atanasio Montoya, (120) Albuquerque 

Chaves, C. C. Hill, (128)....' Roswell 

Colfax, Mrs. Josie Lockard, (116) Raton 

Curry. J. M. Bickley, (78) Clovis 

Dona Ana, Frank M. Hayner (85) Las Cruces 

Eddy, W. A. Poore, (96) Carlsbad 

Grant, Miss Isabel L. Eckles (9.S) Silver City 

Guadalupe, J. V. Gallegos (95) Santa Rosa 

Lincoln, Mrs. Wallace L. Gumm (63) Carrizozo 

Luna, Miss Grace G. Goebel (46) Deming- 

Mora, Manuel Madrid (81) Mora 

McKinley, W. D. Cornell (32) Gallup 

Otero, R. S. Tipton (64) Alamogordo 

Quay, E. Pack (111) Tucumcari 

Rio -Arriba, David Martinez, Jr. (96) Velarde 

Roosevelt, Mrs. S. F. Culberson (89) Portales 

Sandoval, Bonifacio Montoya (31) Bernalillo 

San Juan, J. L. G. Swinney (52) Aztec 

San Miguel, M. F. DesMarais (124) Las Vegas 

Santa Fe, J. V. Conway (85) Santa Fe 

Sierra, F. I. Given (25) Hillsboro 

Socorro, Benjamin Sanchez (85) Socorro 

Taos, Jose Montaner (67) Taos 

Torrance, Charles L. Burt (59) Mountainair 

Union, H. H. Errett (132) Clayton 

Valencia Saturnino Baca (57) Belen 

Total number of Teachers in all elementary and high schools. 2,115. 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF INCORPORATED CITIES. 
(Figures in parentheses indicate number of teachers in each city) 

Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, John Milne (65) 

Clovis, Curry County, W. E. Carroon (18) 

East Las Vegas, San Miguel County. B. J. Read (21) 

Raton. Colfax County, T. W. Conway (32) 

Roswell, Chaves County, W. O. Hall (43) 

Santa Fe, Santa Fe County. J. H. Wagner (23) 

Tucumcari, Quay County, W. D. Shadwick (23) 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

McKinley County — • 

Gibson, Dist. No. 2, Miss Jennie Morse (6) 

Mora County — 

Mora, Dist. No. 1, Sister J. Frances (6) 

Roy, Dist. No. 33, J. E. Russell, (7) 

Wagon Mound, Dist. No. 12, D. H. Simmons (8) 

Otero County — 

Cl.'udcroft, Dist. No. 11, J. J. Cridebring (3) 
Tularosa, Dist. No. 4, Mrs. Lena Eldridge (9) 

Quay County — 

Logan, Dist. No. 23, B. V. Elzey (3) 
Nara Visa, Dist. No. 33, W. F. Wall (5) 

Rio Arriba County — 

Chama, Dist. No. 19, A. E. Carr (4) 
Espanola, Dist. No. 45, Mrs. H. L. Pollard (3) 

Roosevelt County — 

La Lande, Dist. No. 28, A. D. Smith (4) 
Taiban, Dist. No. 30, R. A. Deen (4) 
Texico, Dist. No. 3, S. B. McClean (3) 
Tolar, Dist. No. 9 Judd Miller (4) 

San Juan County — 

Flora Vista, Dist. No. 14, Asa Martin (3) 

Sandoval County — 

Bernalillo, Dist. No. 1, Brother Francis (4) 

Pena Blanca, Dist. No. 51, Sister M. Clementia (3) 

Santa Fe County^ — 

Cerillos, Dist. No. 7, Bessie Wisdom (4) 

Santa Cruz Dist. No. 18. Edwin S. Broadwell (4) 

Sierra County — 

Hillsboro, Dist. No. 2, Roy A. Wiley (4) 

Socorro County — 

Magdelena, Dist. No. 12, L. B. Baughman (8) 

Mogollon, Dist. No. 47, J. C. Gordy (6) 

San Marcial, Dist. No. 13, L. H. Dumenil (4) 



8 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Taos County — 

Arroyo Seco. Dist. No. 5, J. J. Vigil (3) 

Questa, Dist. No. 7, H. R. Wisehart (4) 

Ranchos de Taos, Dist. No. 20, Dr. Marian E. Kyle (4) 

Taos, Dist. No. 1, Sister Sue Garten (6) 

Talpa, Dist. No. 3, J. R. Luna (3) 

Torrance County — 

Duran Dist. No. 10, Lulu Brigman (4) 
Mountainair, Dist. No. 13, H. B. Scott (3) 
Willard, Dist. No. 6, J. I. Ferguson (4) 

Union County — 

Des Moines, Dist. No. 4, R. L. Krigbaum (6) ■ 

Mt. Dora. Dist. No. 74, Elsie Myers (3) 
Mosquero Dist. No. IS, Carrie Higbee (3) 

Valencia County — 

Adelino Dist. No. 12, Adeline Sanchez (3) 
Belen, Dist. No. 2, W. Melvin Fox (13) 
Bibo, Dist. No. 18, Lulu Krick (3) 
Los Lunas, Dist. No. 1, Miss Amelia Raff (4) 
Jarales, Dist. No. 3, Mrs. A. E. von Fatjo (3) 
San Rafael, Dist. No. 17, Beneraiida Otero (.?) 

PRINCIPALS OF COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLS. 

(Fourteen County High Schools have been established under Chap- 
ter 57. Laws of 1912, as shown in the list below.) 

Bernalillo County High School, Albuquerque, John Milne, Prin- 
cipal. 

Colfax County High School, Raton, T. W. Conway, Princii)al. 

Eddy County High Schools, Artesia, C. E. Grover, Principal ; 
Carlsbad, George M. Brinton, Principal; Hope, S. J. Daley, Principal ; 
Lovington, R. R. James, Principal. 

Guadalupe County High School, Santa Rosa, S. O. Barker, Prin- 
cipal. 

Lincoln County High School, Capitan, C. Y. Belknap, Princii)al. 

Luna County High School, Deming, J. B. Taylor, Principal. 

McKinley County High School, Gallup, J. H. Dowden, Princi])al. 

Otero County High School, Alamogoro, J. Manley Morgan, Prin- 
cipal. 

Socorro County High Schools, Socorro, George Lougee, Prin- 
cii^al; Magdalena, L. B. Baughman, Principal. 

Valencia County High School, Belen, W. Melvin Fox, Principal. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATTONAE DTRECTORY. 5 

SUPERINTENDENTS AND PRINCIPALS OF INCORPORATED 
TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 

(Figures in parentheses indicate number of teachers in each town 

or village) 

Arlcsiii, Dist. No. 16 Eddy County, C. E. Grovcr (17) 

Ahinio.Liordo, Dist. No. 1, Otero County, J. Manlcy Mor.L^an (17) 

A/Avc, Dist. No. 2, San Juan County, Earl Dougles (7) 

{ arlslKul, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, Geo. M. Brinton (14) 

Cimarron Dist. No. 3. Colfax County, .Stella K\kcr (()) 

Clayton, Dist. No. 1, Union County, J. W. Thoinp.son (11) 

Dayton, Dist. No. 2, Eddy County, B. E. Kaiser (3) 

Deminfii, Dist. No. 1, Luna County, J. B. Taylor (29) 

Dexter, Dist. No. 8, Chaves County, W. C. Todd (5) 

Elida, Dist. No. 2, Roosevelt County. Hesther Kennamore (7) 

I-'ast Vauglin, Dist. No. 39, Guadalupe County, Minta Gilliam (.]) 

Estancia, Dist. No. 7, Torrance County, A. A. Kitchinp: (4) 

Earminf>ton, Dist. No. 5, San Juan County, Edwin A. Schreck (8) 

Eolsom, Dist. No. 3, Union County, Rita Ryan (6) 

(iallup, Dist. No. 3, 4, McKinlcy County, J. H. Dowden (14) 

Hagerman, Dist. No. 6, Chaves County, W. N. Kelsey (8) 

Hope, Dist. No. 8, Eddy County, S. J. Daley (7) 

Eake Arthur, Dist. No. 20, Chaves County, Jesse Knox (5) 

Las Cruccs, Dist. No. 2, Dona Ana County, R. W. Twining- (30) 

Las VoL-ias, Dist. No. 14, San Miguel County, Mrs. Lou Col)I) (13) 

Maxwell, Dist. No. 26, Colfax County, Jessie Chaffee (4) 

Portalcs, Dist. No. 1, Roosevelt County, J. S. Long (13) 

Silver City Dist. No. 1, Grant County, Walter B. McFarland (17) 

Socorro, Dist. No. 1, .Socorro County, George Lougee (7) 

Si)rin,L;c'r, Dist. Nf). 24, Colfax County, C. S. Cramer (7) 

Tcxico. Dist. No. 2, Curry County, D. L. Adkins (3) 

PRINCIPALS OF UNINCORPORATED TOWNS AND VILLAGES. 
(Figures in parentheses indicate number of teachers) 

Bernalillo County — 

All)U(incr(|uc, Dist., No. 3, Mary S. Howland (3) 
.All)ii(|ucM(|nc, Dist. No. 1. Agnes Childers (5) 
AI!)n(inor(|uc, Dist. No. .S, Selma J. Anderson (5) 
Albuquerque, Dist. No. 9 Mrs. Maggie Woodworth (3) 
Alhncjuerque, Dist. No. 13, Mrs. O'Connor Roberts (4) 
Did Alliu(|ucrque, Dist. No. 13 Bernice Hesseldcn (4) 
Alliii(imT(im', Dist. No. 22, Mrs. Reta B. Matthews (3) 

Chaves County — 

Kenn:i, Dist. No. 22, W. W. P.arlnw (3) 



6 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Colfax County — 

Dawson, Dist. No. 6, Pearl M. Hall (12) 
Keohler, Dist. No. 27, Marguerite Patton (3) 
Miami. Dist. No. 22, B. F. Connor (3) 

Curry County — 

Melrose, Dist. No. 12, W. F. Osborne (6) 

Dona Ana — 

Anthony, Dist. No. 16, Elizabeth Routledge (4) 

Canutillo, Texas, Dist. No. 13, Ezra Stemple (4) ; M. J. Garret (4) 

Chamberino, Dist. No. 7, T. A. Windsor (4) 

Dona Ana, Dist. No. 1, W. O. Evans (4) 

La Mesa, Dist. No. 5, Pearl E. Lyles (4) 

Las Cruces, Dist. No. 12, Mary L. Woodson (5) 

Mesilla Park, Dist. No. 28, Airs. Aurelia Baumeister (5) 

Eddy County — 

Lakevvood, Dist. No. 7. B. H. Kirk (7) 
Loving. Dist. No. 10, Mrs. Ethel Hovi^ard (4) 
Lovington, Dist. No. 23, R. R. James (7) 
Malaga. Dist. No. 11, Martha Nelson (3) 

Grant County — 

Animas, Dist. No. 9, C. A. Smith (3) 
Central, Dist. No. 6, J. R. Crawford (3) 
Hachita, Dist. No. 10, F. G. Davis (3) 
Hurley, Dist. No. 4, Mrs. A. B. Carter (5) 
Lordsburg, Dist. No. 3, Lillian Huggett (8) 
Pinos Altos, Dist. No. 7, J. Paul Arnest (3) 
Santa Rita. Dist No. 2, R. E. Galloway (9) 
Tyrone, Dist. No. 5. Penelope Laughlin (5) 

Guadalupe County — 

Fort Sumner, Dist. No. 20, Luke Jackson (4) 

Santa Rosa. Dist. No. 8. S. O. Barker (9) 

West Vaughn. Dist. No. 33, Nora Waggoner (4) 

Lincoln County — * 

Capitan, Dist. No. 28. C. Y. Belknap (6) 
Carrizozo. Dist. No. 7, A. M. McCurdy (10) 
Corona, Dist. No. 13, R. A. Bruce (3) 
Lincoln, Dist. No. 1, L. M. Stone (4) 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 9 

UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO (Albuquerque) 
Board of Regents. 

G. L. Brooks, President Albuquerque 

J. A. Reidy, M. D., Secretary-Treasurer Albuquerque 

VV. G. Haydon E. Las Vegas 

Nathan Jaffa Roswell 

H. L. Bickley Raton 

Faculty. 

David Ross Boyd, Ph. D., President of the University, salary 
$4,500.00. 

Charles E. Hodgin, B. Pd., Professor of Education, salary 
$1,800.00; Dean of the University, salary $300— $2,100.00. 

Charles T. Kirk, Ph. D., Professor of Geologfy, salary $1,800; Sur- 
vey Lands, salary $300— $2,100.00. 

L. B. Mitchell, Ph. D. Professor of Classics, salary $1,800; Regis- 
trar, salary $300— $2,100.00. 

John D. Clark, M. S., Ph. D., Professor of Chemistry, ■ salary 
$1,800; Survey Lands, salary $300— $2,100.00. 

C. E. Bonnett, B. A., B. Pd., M. A., Professor of Social Science and 
in charge Univ. Extension, salary $1,800. 

Josef Frederick Nelson, A. M., Professor Modern Languages, sal- 
ary $1,800. 

Asa O. Weese, B. A., Professor of Biology, salary $1,700.00. 

Jesse L. Brenneman, B. S., E. E., Professor of Physics, sal.iry 
$1,600.00. 

Wm. E. Edington, B. A., Professor of Mathematics, salary 
$1,600.00. 

Dean A. Worcester, B. A. Professor of Psychology and Philo- 
sophy, salary $1,600.00. 

Procter F. Sherwin, Professor of English Composition, salary 
$1,600.00. . 

Roscoe R. Hill, Associate Professor of History, salary $1,500.00. 

Josephine S. Parsons, A. B., Associate Professor of Modern Lan- 
guages, and Secretary University, salary $1,700.00. 

Ethel A. Hickey, B. A., Associate Professor of English Literature, 
salary $1,500.00. 

Delia J. Sisler, Librarian and Associate Professor, salary $1,500. 

Margaret Gleason, B. Ph., B. S., Ed. B., Associate Professor of 
Home Economics, Dean of Women, salary $1,400.00. 

A. W. Wand, B. S., in C. E., Associate Professor of Civil Engi- 
neering, salary $1,300.00. 

E. S. Seder, Director of Music, salary, $100. 

A. K. Leupold, B. S., Associate Professor in Shopwork, salary 
$900.00. 



10 NEW MEXICO EDITCATTONAL DIRECTORY. 

R. F. Hutchinson, Director of Physical Education, salary $1,500. 
I. N. Prickett, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, salary 
^1.200.00. 

Assistants (President's Office)— estimated $900.00. 

NEW MEXICO COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND ME- 
CHANIC ARTS. (Las Cruces). P. O. State College. 

Board of Regents. 

James II. Paxton, President Las Cruces 

K*. 1\. 1 .arkin East Las Vegas 

James .\. Mahoney Deming 

('. W. Clerber Las Cruces 

1'. V. jMcCanna, Secretary-Treasurer Albuquerque 

Faculty. 

C.eo. E. Ladd, President and Professor of Geology, salary $4,500.0;). 

I'^il.iau Garcia, Director Ex. Sta. Prof. Hort., salary $2,500 00. 

K. \'. Ware, Registrar, salary $1,800. 

l.ullier Foster, Professor of Animal Husbandrj'. salary $2 000. 

C. T. Hagerty, Professor of Mathematics, salary $2,000. 

L. .\. Higley, Professor of Chemistry, salary $2,100. 

Iv. W. Goddard, Professor of Engineering, salary $1 600. 

!■'. 1.. Rixby, Professor of Engineering, salary $500. (Part sa'ary 
paid by C S. Department of Agriculture.) 

v.. J. Maynard, Ass't. Animal Husbandry, salary $l.tX10. 

R. I.. Stewart, Instr. Agronomy, salary $1,200. 

M. R. Cacho. Instr. Spanish, salary $600. 

C. B. Newcomer, Professor of Latin and Modern Languages, sal- 
ary $1,500. 

T. H. ^'aughan. Professor of History and Economics, salary $1,800 

C'. W. Russell. Professor of Physical Education, salary $1,800. 

K. P. Humbert. Professor of Agronomy, salary $2,100. 

Lieut. Ilerren, Professor of Military Science and Tactics, sa'ary 
<t80. (Part salary paid by War Department.) 

Pearl C. Miller. Professor of Household Economics, salary $1,200. 

I'. H. Kunsman. Professor of Physics, salary $1,500. 

F. W. Werkenthin, Professor of Biology, salary $1,200. 

Mary F. Wiuningham. Dean of Women, salary $1,200. 

I'loy F. French, Librarian, salary $1,000. 

IMa Lmi Walton, Director of Music, (no salary). 

W. T. Conway. State Leader Boys t^ Girls' CUibs. salary $1.80), 

F. W. Christensen, Nutr. Chemist, salary $1,700. 

C^. r. Stocker. .\ssociate Professor Civil Engineering, salarx- 
$1,600. 

v.. Oivilbiss. .Assistant Prof, of Horticidture, salary 81.200. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. ii 

Zoe Donaldson, Assistant in English, salary $1,000. 

J. T. Barlow, Asst. in Agronomy, salary $1,100. 

D. E. Merrill, Professor of Zoology, salary $1,500. 

Helen Thissell, Instr. Domestic Art, salary $1,000. 

M. S. Bowen, Professor of Prac. Mechanics, salary $1,300. 

0. B. Metcalf, Instructor in Mechanics, salary $1,200. 
A. C. Cooley, Director Extension Work, salary $2,500. 

Miss Gail Richie, State Leader Home Economics, salary ?1,200. 

A. F. Barnes, Dean of Engineering, salary $2,500 

F.. B. Neff, Professor of English, salary $2 500. 

Edwin Hollinger (Student), Assistant Librarj% salary $300. 

Ri.bert Latta. State Dairy Leader, salary $1,500. 

J. R. Meeks, Assistant in Animal Husbandr^^ salary $1,200. 

Joe Quintero, Assistant in Chemistry, salary $1,200. 

Raymond Matthews, Instr. in Irrigation, salary $1,200. 

Instructor in Stenography, salary $1000. 

A. B. Fite, Assistant in Horticulture, salary $1,000. 

1. G. Hamilton, Assistant in Agronomj', salary $1,000. 

C. P. Wilson, Editor of Publications, salary $1,500. 

D. W. Blodgood, Assistant in Irrigation, salary $780. 

It must be borne in mind that the above list includes the E.xperi- 
ment Station staff as well as the teaching force of the College. About 
$17,000 of the above salaries is devoted exclusively to experimental 
work under the Hatch and Adams acts, and $37,000 to teaching those 
subjects allowed under the provisions of the Morrill act. This makes 
a total of $54,000 paid out of the United States government funds. 
Of the $11,500 paid from State funds $8,000 is for general adminis- 
tration and $3,500 for teaching. 

NEW MEXICO SCHOOL OF MINES (Socorro) 
Board of Regents. 

-X. C. Torres, President Socorro 

j>)lin Mdntyre, Secretarj^-Treasurer San Antonio 

W. M. Borrowdale Magdalena 

j. E. Smith Socorro 

W. R. Morley Datil 

Blanche E. Reed, Clerk Socorro 

Faculty. 

Fayette A. Jones, C. E., E. M., LL. D., President; salary $3,000. 

Thomas C. MacKay, A. M., Ph. D.. Prof, of Alathematics and 
Physics; salary $1,800. 

Gustavus E. Anderson, S. B.. A. M.. Prof, of Geolo.gy and ^liner- 
alogy; salary $1,800. 

Yi.ggo E. Hanson, B. S., Prof, of Civil Engineering; salarv $1,50'). 



\2 NF.W MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Arthur W. Ealireinvald. Met. E., Prof, of iMining and AIet;\lhn\>iy ; 
salary $1,650. 

Alexis X. lUinski.. B. S.. Prof, of Chemistry; salary $1,650. 

John B. Gunter, B. Ped., M. Ped., Principal Academic Depart- 
ment: salary $1,100. 

Manuel Sanchez. Instructor in Spanish (nine months') ; salary 
$225. 

rUanche E. Reed. Registrar: salary $1,100. 

NEW MEXICO NORMAL SCHOOL (Silver City) 
Board of Regents. 

r. \'au Mauville. President Silver City 

J ackson Agee, Sec'y- Treasurer Silver City 

II. n. Betts Silver City 

j ohn Corbett Deming 

C. \V. Marriatt Silver City 

Faculty. 

K. L. Enloe, President, salary $o,250. 

J. E. Brownlee. \"ice President. Science, salary $1.^HX>. 

Isabel Ward. Spanish, salary $l.o22.2_'. 

W. Jean Forsythe, English, salary $1,466.66. 

M, R, l.ugihihl. Latin, salary $1,800. 

\V. t^. Shnmway. Mathematics and Manual Training, salary 
$L4oo.0C>. 

Lillian M. Kieke. Commercial, salary $1,000. 

Leo A. Douglas. History. $1,100. 

Edna Baughman. Rural Education. $1,100. 

Helen Chandler. Music and Art. $1,200. 

Lela A. Mauville, Prin. T. S.. salary $l.-kx>.w. 

Mary C. Oliver. Critic Teacher, salary $^.Xl 

Ella Schafranka. Critic Teacher, salary $900. ■ 

Mary H. Eckles. Critic Teacher, salary $900. 

Mrs. Ludie Hiler. Critic Teacher, salary $900. 

Mabel Teed. Secretary, salary $900. 

Lottie Hodges, Librarian, salary $198. 

Lynn Dunlop. Proctor of the boys, salary $198 

J. R. Roibal. Custodian of Buildings, salary $t>00. 

Mrs. Jessie Flora. Matron of Dormitory, salary $935, 

Gilbert Yockey, Burt Jackson. Firemen of Heating Plant. sa!ary 
$t>tXl 

NEW MEXICO NORM.\L UNIVERSITY (.Las Vegas^ 
Board ct Regents. 

F. K. Olney, President Las \egas 

'ohn \V. Harris Soo-e-,: Las \"e-:'< 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 13 

Charles Ilf eld Las Vegas 

Eusjenio Roiriero Mora 

Faculty. 

Frank H. H. Roberts, B. Fed., B. Ph, A. M., Ph. D., LL. D. ; Presi- 
dent, salary $4,000.00. 

Frank Carroon, B. Ped., M. Ped., A. B., A. M., Dean and Profes- 
sor of Psychologiy and Education, salary $2,500. 

Thomas G. Rodgers, A. B., A. M., Assistant Dean and Professor 
of Mathematics, salary $1,800.00. 

Antonio Lucero, Professor of Spanish, on leave of absence as 
Secretary of State. 

Ida Krnse McFarlane, A. B., A. M., Litt. D., Special Lecturer. 

Arthur H. Van Home, A. B., Professor of Latin and Librarian, 
salary $1,200.00. 

Bessie Watt, Ph., B., Critic Teacher, 1st & 2nd Grades, salary 
$1,100.00. 

Esther Mangan, A. B., Critic Teacher, 3rd & 4th grades, salary 
$1,100.00. 

Mabel E. Hall, Matron, salary $600 and room & board. 

Susie Whitaker, Secretary to President. 

Jennie Pearl Hutchinson, B. Ped.. M. Ped., Critic teacher, 8th 
grade, salary $1,100.00. 

Sue Hutchinson. B. S., A. B., Critic Teacher, 7th grade, $1,100.00. 

Wilhelmina Vollmer, Assistant in Spanish, salary, $800.00. 

Marie Senecal, B. Ped., M. Ped., A. B., Director of Art and Mu- 
sic, salary $1,200. 

Charles Edward McClure, B. Ped., B. Ph., Associate Professor of 
Education and History, salary $1,200.00. 

Lulu E. Stallniann, B. S., Professor of Household Arts, salary 
$1,200.00. 

Clyde D. Williams, B. S., Director of Manual Arts, salary, $1,350. 

Clarence Flavins Lewis, A. B., Professor of Science, salary 
$1,200.00. 

Ida M. Larson, H. D. D. P., Director of Student Welfare, salary 
$1 000.00. 

S. Elizabeth Hart, Assistant in Domestic Science, salary $150.00. 

M. R. IVexler, A. B. and A. M., Professor of Commerce, salary 
$1,200.00. 

Margaret Kennedy, A. B., Professor of English, $1,100.00. 

H. V. Mathew, B. S., Professor of Biology and Supervisor of Ru- 
ral Education, salary, $1,200.00. 

Maude Hancock, Assistant Supervisor of Rural Education salary 
$810.00. 

Ruth Melvin, B. Ped., A. B., Critic Teacher, 6th Grade, salary 
$900. 

Anna Wiltse, Critic Teacher, 5th grade, salary, $900.00. 



14 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Ruth Anderson, Assistant Librarian, salary $150.0(). 
Gladys B. Hamilton, Assistant Librarian, salary $150.00. 
Frank M. Culberson, Assistant in Science, salary, $150.00. 
Louise Consuelo Jaramillo, Assistant in Science, salary $150.00. 
Juanita Jewett Kilgore, Assistant in Art, salary $150.(Xl 

NEW MEXICO SPANISH-AMERICAN NORMAL SCHOOL 

(El Rito) 

Board of Regents. 

Francisco Delgado, President Santa Fo 

Samuel Eldodt, Secretarj^-Treasurer Chaniita 

J. W. Beck El Rito 

V'enceslao Jaramillo HI Kit i 

Porfirio Abreu Peiia.sco 

Faculty. 

Bernice K. Zing^g, M. Pd.. President, salary $l,o00. (.Apartmonu 
furnished). 

Eloisa Baca, Instructor, salary $1,200, (and room). 
Emma C. Brady, Instructor, salary $1,200 (and room). 
William Gallegos, Electrician, salary $540 (and room), 

NEW MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE (Roswell) 
Board of Regents. 

K. A. Cahoon, President Roswell 

J. E, Rhea, Vice-President Roswell 

J. W. Poe, Secretary Roswoll 

T. P. White, Treasurer Roswell 

W. A. Finlay Carlsbad 

Faculty. 

Col. Ja.<. W. W'illson, Spuerintendent. salary $o.600. 

i.i. Col. W. S. Barlow, French and English, salary $1,402.50. 

Maj. D. C. Pearson. Mathematics, salary $2,400. 

Maj. j. Ross Thomas, Drawing and Mathematics, salary $1,675. 

Maj. John McClure, Chemistry and English, salary $1,800. 

Maj. L. R. Forney, Commandant of Cadets, Physics salary $1,350. 

Maj. F. P. Spencer, English and Latin, salary $l,5oO. 

Capt. J. C. Troutman, History, salary $1,710. 

Capt. R. R. Brown. German and Athletics, salary $1 080.00. 

Capt. J. J. McLure, Jr., Surveying and English, salary $1,170.00. 

Capt.L. Dale. Spanish, salary $675. 

Capt. G. L. Erwin, Commercial Courses, salary $935. 

Capt, H. P. Sanders, Jr.. Assistant Instructor, salary $(>75. 



NEW MFA'ICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR'. IS 

Capt. F. W. Thompson, Quartermaster, salary $1,260. 
Capt. H. A. Ingalls, Post Surgeon, salary $500. 
Capt. A. D. Crile, Post Chaplain, salary $500. 
Capt. Jack Fletcher, Bandmaster, salary $720. 
Miss Lou B. Gee. Nurse, salary $405. 

NEW MEXICO INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND. 
Board of Regents. 

Cicorse B. Barber, President Carrizozo 

(jeorge J. Wolfinger, Secretary-Treasurer Alamogordo 

J. L. Lawson Alamogordo 

A. J. Rolland Carrizozo 

Reney B. Field Tularosa 

Faculty. 

(The salaries are given monthly for ten months.) 

R. R. Pratt, Superintendent, salary $150. 

Evelj'u T. Hanson, Music, salary $75. 

Shirley B. Smith, Music, Literary and Office Assistant, salary .$65. 

Eva L. Zoller, Matron and Domestic Science, salary $50. 

Wa^'ne Applegate, Boys' Industrial and Supervisor, salary $55. 

J-'annie Valverde, Girls' Industrial, salary $30. 

Mary Snell, Girls' Supervisor, salary, $40. 

Lola Gonzales, Boys' Supervisor, salary $20. 

l>cd Le Minn, Night Watchman, salary $55. 

Jolin Rash, Janitor, salary $35. 

Maria Sainz, Cook, salary $40. 

J'eliciana Baldinado, House Girl, salary $29. 

I-\-!icitas Sanchez, House Girl, salary $20. 

Katrina Sanchez. House Girl, salary $20. 

Luipe Ruiz, House Girl, salary, $20. 

Anita Chaves, Laundress, salary $60. 

NEW MEXICO ASYLUM FOR THE DEAF AND DUMB (Santa Fe) 

Board of Regents. 

1 1 (Ml. W. C. McDonald, Ex-Officio member Santa Fe 

Samuel G. Cartwright, President Santa Fe 

M. T. Dunlavy, Secretary & Treasurer Santa Fe 

u. E. Hedding Mountainair 

Cipriano Lucero CerrilJos 

Alexander Gusdorf Taos 

Faculty. 

W. (). Connor, Jr., Superintendent, salary $1,500.00. 
J. li. Bumgardner, Teacher, salary $900.00. 



16 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Gertrude B. Sorrells, Teacher, salary $707.50. 

Hazel Connor, Teacher, salary $562.50. 

Sue Shirley Frazier, Teacher, salary $540.00. 

Maude J. Rose, Teacher, salary $427.50. 

Mrs. E. Gutterman, Matron, salary $450.00. 

Manuel Martinez, Janitor, salary $630.00. 

Juliana Glass, Cook, salary $270.00. 

L. Quintana, Laundress, salary $180.00. 

Bessie Rodrigues, Servant, salary $135.00. 

Dolores Lovato, Special, salary $45.00. 

NEW MEXICO REFORM SCHOOL (Springer) 
Board of Trustees. 

Governor W. C. McDonald, Ex-Officio Member Santa Fe 

Wm. French, President Cimarron 

Georgie Tindall, Vice President Springer 

A. C. Cellier, Secretary-Treasurer Springer 

Dnroteo Martinez Roy 

Chr. Wiegand East Las Vegas 

Resident Officers. 

James D. McPike, Superintendent. 

H. S. Moseby, Teacher, salary $45.00 per month (Board & Room) 
E. T. Lambert, Department Officer, salary $60.00 per month 
(Board & Room) 

T. F. Martinez, Farmer, salary $60.00 per month (Board & Room) 

MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO (Santa Fe) 
Board of Regents. 

W. C. McDonald Santa Fc 

John R. McFie, President Santa Fe 

Frank Springer Las Vegas 

Ralph E. Twitchell Santa Fe 

James L. Seligman Santa Fe 

N. B. Laughlin, Treasurer Santa Fe 

Staff. 

Director, Edgar L. Hewett ; Secretary and Acting Director, Paul 
A. F. Walter; Ethnologist, John Peabody Harrington; Museum As- 
sistant, Wesley Bradfield; Superintendent of Construction, Jesse 
Nusbaum : Librarian, Mrs. Harrj^ Langford Wilson. 

SCHOOL OF AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY (Santa Fe) 

The School of American Archaeology has its library, lecture 
rooms, museum, laboratories, etc., in the historic Palace of the Gover- 
nors in accordance with New^ Mexico statutes. It is under the man- 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 17 

asement of a committee appointed by the Archeological Institute of 
AnuTJca.) 

Staff. 

Dr. Edgar L. Hewett. Director of the Museum and School of 
American Archaeology. 

Paul A. F. Walter, Secretary and Acting Director. 

Mrs. Harry Langford Wilson, Librarian. 

Wesley Bradford, Museum Assistant. 

John Peabody Harrington, Ethnologist (with Bureau of Ethnol- 

Jesse L. Nusbaum, Superintendent of Construction. 
W. Templeton Johnson, Consulting Architect. 
Gerald Cassidy, Artist. 
Sheldon Parsons, Artist. 
Kenneth M. Chapman, Artist. 
Carlos Vierra, Artist. 

Sylvanus G. Morley, Archaeologist. (Transferred to the Carnegie 
Institution.) 

MANAGING COMMITTEE 

William H. Holmes, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C, 
Cliairman; Alice C. Fletcher, Washington D. C, Chairman Emeritus; 
Charles Peabody, Cambridge, Mass., Secretary; John R. McFie, San- 
ta Fe, N. M., Treasurer; F. W. Shipley, Washington University, St. 
Louis; Mitchell Carroll, Washington, D. C. ; Charles C. Torrey, Yale 
University, New^ Haven, Conn.; John R. McFie, Santa Fe, N. M., ex- 
officio members. 

Term Expires in 1918— W. K. Bixby, St. Louis, Mo. ; Dr. R. W. 
Corwin, Pueblo, Colo.; Mrs. John Hays Hammond, Nev\r York; Ales 
Hrdlicka, Smithsonian, Washington, D. C. ; William H. Pope, Santa 
Fe ; G. A. Davidson, San Diego, Calif. 

Term Expires in 1917 — David R. Boyd, University of NeSv Mexico. 
Albuquerque, N. M.; Manuel Calero, Mexico City, Mexico; W. A. 
Clark, New York; Byron Cummings, Tucson, Ariz.; J. Walter Fcwkes, 
Smithsonian, Washington, D. C. ; Elizabeth D. Putnam, Davenport, 
Iowa; James L. Seligman, Santa Fe. 

Term Expires in 1916— D. C. Collier, San Diego, Calif., C. T. Cur- 
rclly. Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada : H. R. Fairclough, 
Stanford LIniversity, Calif.; F. W. Hodge, Smithsonian, Washington, 
D. C. ; C. F. Lumniis, Los Angeles, Calif.; Charles Peabody, Cam- 
bridge, Mass.; R. E. Twitchell, Santa Fe, N. M. 

Term Expires in 1915 — George Bryce, Winnipeg, Man. ; Alice C. 
Fletcher, Washington, D. C. ; F. W. Kelsey, University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor, Mich.; L. B. Paton, Hartford, Conn.; Joseph Scott, Los 
Angeles, Calif.; Frank Springer, East Las Vegas, N. M. ; Mrs. Anna 
L. Wolcott Vaile, Denver. 



18 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Executive Committee — W. H. Holmes Chairman; Alice C. Fletch- 
er, Chairman Emeritus ; Charles Peabody, Secretary ; F. W. Shipley, 
Mitchell Carroll. John R. McFie, Treasurer; D. C Collier. Mrs. Hays 
Hammond. F. W. Hodge. Charles F. Lummis, Frank Springer. 

ALBUQUERQUE. 

(Term 9 months, but the salary is paid monthh- for 12 months. 
Superintendent, John Milne; annual salary. $2,500.00. Chairman of the 
Board of Education. AI. E. Hickey. Clerk; E. W. Tennent.) 

Mrs. T. I. Butts, Prin. Ward School and First Grade, saary 
$1(M.17. 

Jane Walsh, First Grade, salary $62.50. 

Lillie A. Keepers, First Grade, salary $70.84. 

Faith Longfellow, First Grade, salary $62.50. 

Ethel Beckham, First Grade, salary $54.17. 

Christine Ayer, First Grade, salary $50.00. 

Mata E. Tway, First Grade, salary $70.84. 

Minnie G. Diehl, First Grade, salary $70.84. 

Jane Herron, First Grade, salary $66.67. 

Stella Scruggs, First and Second salary $54.17. 

Ida Elder, First nd Second, salary $70.84. 

M. Anna Swayne First and Second, salary $54.17. 

Erna Schroeder, Second Grade, salary $54.17. 

Leone Parker. Second Grade, salary $62.50. 

Pauline Sewell, Second Grade, salary $50.00. 

Mary Costello, Second Grade, salary $58.34. 

]M. L. Savage. Second and Third Grade, salary $62.50. 

lana MacGregor, Third Grade, salary $62.50. 

\^ida Pinney, Third Grade, salary $66.67. 

Margaret Schmidt. Third Grade, salary $50.00. 

Alice Schreiber, Third Grade, salary $50.00. 

Ruby Rhea. Third Grade, salary $66.67. 

Adah Vaughn, Third and Fourth, salary $66.67. 

Delia A. Morton, Third and Fourth, salary $58.34. 

Elsie MacGregor, Third and Fourth, salary $70.84. 

Ina Baker, Fourth Grade, salary $58.34. 

Alleene Keeler. Fourth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Julia Keleher. Fourth Grade, salary $50.00. 

E. Myrtle Plant, Fourth and Fifth, salary $66.67. 

Ona E. Schupp, Fifth Grade, salary $66.67. 

Loretta Bratton, Fifth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Geo. Mitchell, Fifth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Kathryn Keenan. Fifth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Lois Tracy, Fifth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Grace D. Cassatt. Sixth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Jettie Murphy, Sixth Grade, salary $66.67. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 19 

J. F. Bentley, Sixth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Belle Sweet, Sixth Grade, salary $66.67. 

J. R. McCollum. Sixth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Dorothy White, Sixth Grade, salary $62.50. 

Laurene Asselin, Sixth Grade, salary $50.00. 

G. B. Jones, Seventh Grade, salary $104.17, 

Gertrude Takken, Seventh Grade, salary $66.67. 

Cora Allen, Seventh Grade, salary $66.67. 

Sallie King, Eigth Grade, salary $104.17. 

Winifred Hillyard, Seventh Grade, salary $70.83. 

Maud Rogers, Eighth Grade, salary $66.67. 

Lyda Sloan Eighth Grade, salary $66.67. 

J. W. Giltner, Principal of High School, salary $129.17. 

Ella M. LaBar, Instructor in High School, salary $104.17. 

P. E. Levenworth, Instructor in High School, salary $100.00. 

R. L. Repp, Instructor in High School, salary $83.33. 

Jeanette Inches, Instructor in High School, salary $78.17. 

Elsie Warnock, Isstructor in High School, salary $79.17. 

Margaret Dickson, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

Florence Hickman, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

Wilhelmina Miller, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

Erna Fergusson, Instructor in High School, salary $75.00. 

Daisy Anderson, Instructor in High School, salary $66.67. 

\'io'a Doering, Instructor in High School, salary $66.67. 

A. B. Anderson, Manual Training, salary $100.00. 

Jennie L. Trott, Music, salary $83.34. 

Bernice Palmer, Penmanship & Art, salary $75.00. 

Lydia Fadner, Physical Culture, salary $75.00. 

Marie Madden, Domestic Science & Art, salary $75.00. 

CLOVIS. 

Term 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months. Super- 
intendent monthl)^ for 12 months. Chairman Board of Education, 
A. L. Dillon: Clerk, J. W. Taylor.) 

W. E. Carroon, Superintendent & English, salary $141.66. 

A. R. Seder, Principal and Manual Training, salary $120. 

Leila George, Latin and English, salary $85. 

Lucie B. Alexander, English, salary $75. 

Fred M. Calkins, Spanish and Mathematics, salary $100. 

Bennie Works, History, salary $75. 

Hazel Webb, Commercial, salary $85. 

Lulu M. Sheffield Music and Domestic Science, salary $85. 

Neva Odom, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Camille Grantham, Fourth and Fifth Grades, salary $65. 

Hazel Shontz, Second and Third Grades, salary $60. 

Edna King, First Grade, salary $75. 

Mary C. Brown, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 



JO NFW AfEXlCO KDrCATTOXAT. D1RKCT0R\-. 

Mrs. Fred Dorr, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 
Carolyn Parke, Fourth Grade, salary $60. 
Hertha Mulhall. Third Grade, salary $70. 
'Nlarsiuerite Williams. Second Grade, salary $65. 
Mrs. \'erda Smith. First Grade, salary $85. 

EAST LAS VEGAS. 

(Term '■^ months. Teachers arc paid monthly for nine montlis, 
ixcejU the suiierintendent. President of the Uoard of Education, \V. 
(1. Ilayilon; secretary, Chas. Tamme.) 

r.yrou J. Read, Superintendent, Mathematics, annual salary $l.(iOO. 

v.. C. Ringer, H. S. Principal. Science, salary $120. 

Harriett K. Davis, English, salary $00. 

I'-rank Herrmann. Spanish and Manual Trainini^-, salary $00. 

Iva Markham, Eatin and Historj'. salary $90. 

Mrs. Mat tie 1'. Read. Domestic Science, salary $-!0. 

Mrs. .Vdolphine Kolin, Music and .\rt, sa'arv, SX3. 

Mabel Hohart. Principal Gast'e School. Eig^hth Grade, sa'arv $S,^. 

llattie E. Patterson, Seventh Grade, salary $70. 

jennette Ward, Sixth Grade, salary $(>5. 

l\mma Tanune, Fifth Grade, salary $(i5. 

MossN \ ork. h\nirth Grade, salary $(\\ 

Minnie Kolm Principal Douglas .Avenue Sclund, P^irst Grade, sa'- 
;\ry $^,^. 

.\lida L arisou, Spanish Sin-cial. salary $"(). 

Mary Hanson, Secotul Grade, salary $65. 

Gora Montague. First Grade, salary $70. 

Eouise Lowry. Second Grade, salary $70. 

Ruth Conrad Second Grade, salary $50. 

PhePe Hart, Third Grade, salary $(iO. 

Alargaret c."avanaugh. Fourth Grade, salary $70. 

l\uid Mcliee. Substitute, salary $.^ per day. 

RATON. 

(Term 9 months. Superintendent is paid in twelve installments, 
all other teachers paid for 9 months. John Morrow. President P.oarvl 
of l\ducation; Alfred Jelfs Clerk Board of Education.) 

r. W. Conway, Superintendent, salary $2.0lX), 

A. G. Marple. Principal H. S,. salary $1.4tXllX). 

M. G. Young, Science, salary $1.100.tXl 

Charlotte Mead. English, salary $l,lXXl 

Edna Oakley. Latin-Spanish, salary. $^XXltXl 

C. L. Vlllis Alanual Training, salary $l,o5t\tXl 

E. M. Webb, Commercial, salary $i.050.(X). 

Wihna D. Evans, Domestic Science, salary $^XX).(H). 

* iladvs l\isenhart Music-Drawing, salary $7(>^.(Ul 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 21 

Martha JoHtz, Eighth Grade, salary $810.00. 
Emma Johnson, Eighth Grade, salary $585.00. 
Minnie Stump, Seventh Grade, salary $720.00. 
Amelia Turner, Seventh Grade, salary $630.00. 
Marella Wrigley, Sixth Grade, salary $630.00. 
Alaska Davis, Fifth Grade, salary $720.00. 
Maybelle Goin, Fourth Grade, salary $720.00. 
Neville Conn, Third Grade, salary $720.00. 
Margurite Murphy, Second Grade, salary $720.00. 
Gussie Dyer, First Grade, salary $765.00. 
Mrs. Wm. Oliver, Principal, Sixth Grade, salary $855.00. 
Mable Benfer, Fifth Grade, salary $720.00. 
Nell Neal, Fourth Grade, salary $675.00. 
Clara E. Coulter, Third Grade, salary $720.00. 
Maggie J. Bucher, Second Grade, salary $720.00. 
Jennie Bennett, Fir^t Grade, salary $765.00. 
Mrs. Alexia Coronel, Principal, First Grade, salary $855.00. 
Laura Manby, First Grade, salary $630. 
Bessie Sheldon, First Grade, salary $720.00. 
Eloise Macbeth, Second Grade, salary $675.00. 
Winnifred Schuler, Third Grade, salary $675.00. 
Catherine McLaughlin, Fourth and Fifth Grade, salary $630.00. 
Mattie Butler (7 mo.) salary $455.00. 
i 

ROSWELL. 

Term 9 months. Teachers paid monthly for nine months, except 
Superintendent Hall and Mr. Pope who are paid monthly for 12 
months. Chairman of the Board of Education, D. F. Thomas ; Clerk, 
Mrs. O. R. Haymaker.) 

W. O. Hall, Superintendent, salary $220. 

H. W. Mclntire, Principal and Physics, salary %\77.77. 

Isabel Thomas, Spanish, salary $95. 

R. E. Morris, Mathematics, salary $115. 

Grace Robinson, English, salary $95. 

A. A. Applegate, Assistant English, salary $100. 

Alice Lieurance, Latin, salary $110. 

H. O. Jones, Mathematics, salary $105. 

T. H. Briggs, Cheniistr}- and Athletics, salary $105. 

Gertrude Hunter, History, salary $110. 

Eunice Brown, Domestic Science, salary $90. 

William Parent, Manual Training, salary $133.33. 

Ada Buckmaster, Drawing, salary $90. 

Florence West, Music, salary $85. 

Amelia Gay, English, salary $95. 

D. N. Pope, Assistant Superintendent and Principal of Central 
School, salary $132.50. 



22 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Sarah G. Armstrong, First Grade, salary $75. 
Maggie Prentice, First Grade, salary $70. 
Pearl Werline, Second Grade, salary $75. 
Bonnie Dysart, Second Grade, salary $75. 
Edna Walborn, Third Grade, salary $75. 
Lillian Franzen, Third Grade, salary $75. 
Margaret Dunaway, Fourth Grade, salary $75. 

Stella Pope, Second Grade and Principal of Garden Avenue 
School, salary $75. 

Eugenia Poirson, Fifth Grade, salary $75. 

Kathryn Waller, Fifth Grade, salary $70. 

Lulu Britt, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Dora Shepherd, Sixth Grade, salary $65. 

Lottie Herbert, Seventh Grade, salary $65. 

Clara Whitescarver, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Carrie Skillman, Seventh Grade and Assistant rrineipal, sa'arv 

m. 

Ethel Plunkett, Sixth Grade, salary $70. 

Jennie Kenny, Principal Pauley School, salary $100. 

Clara Burghardt, Third Grade, salary $65. 

Dora Huntley, Second Grade, salary $70. 

l^lsie Davis, First Grade, salary $70. 

D. Russell, First Grade and Principal North Hill School, salary 
$85. 

Jessie Bell, Fourth Grade, salary $70. 
Minerva Boone, Third Grade, salary $70. 
Tvy Clingian, Second Grade, salary $65. 
Lulu B. Hughes, First Grade, salary $65. 
Margaret Dnnlap, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 
Anita Scott, Colored School, salary $50. 

SANTA FE 

(Term 9 months, Init teachers are paid for nine and one-half 
months, excepting the superintendent, whose salary is $2,250 -jKr 
year, and the Principal who is paid for twelve months. The Chair- 
Hian of the Board of Education is J. D. Sena; Clerk, T. H. Wa.gner.) 

J. H. Wagner, Superintendent, annual salary $2,250. 

E. J. Roth, Principal, and High School Science, salary, $105. 
]Minnie Laws, First Grade, salary $65. 

Miss Lee Keenan, Commercial, salary $75. 
Rhoda Hoke, Domestic Science, salary $85. 
Dorothy Safford, Second Grade, salary $bO. 
Pauline Kinsell, Third Grade, salary $55. 
Alberta Smith, Seventh & Eighth Grades, salary %7S. 
VM-A Westlake Manual Arts, salary $80. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTOR'. 2.5 

Mrs. F. E. Bartlett, Special, salary $75. 

Helen Harrison, Fourth Grade, salary $65. 

Josephine Cunningham, Fifth Grade, salary $65. 

Adah Pinnell, Sixth Grade, salary $65. 

Mrs. Geo. Van Stone, Music, salary $65. 

S. R. Cellars, Manual Training, salary $100. 

Helena Randall, High School Latin, salary $75. 

Margaret J. Tingley, High School English, salary $75. 

Jane Groves, Kindergarten, salary $65. 

Mrs. H. W. Martin, Drawing, salary $75. 

Marie Sena, High School Spanish, salary $60. 

Juanita Sena, Second Grade, salary $65. 

Adelina Lorenzo, Third and Fourth Grades, salary $()(). 

Felicitas Kaune, First Grade, salary $60. 

TUCUMCARI. 

(Term 9 months. Salaries are paid monthly for 9 months. Clniir- 
man Board of Education A. D. Goldenberg; Clerk, Harriett N. Uoiio- 
hoo.) 

W. D. Shadwick, Superintendent, salary $144.45. 

•J. Verne Ellis, High School Principal, Manual Training, lli.;^li 
scliool Science, salary $100. 

E. V. Wiseman, Eighth Grade, Spanish and Agriculture, salary 
$75. 

Florence Seder, High School English and Latin, salary $<S0. 

Elizabeth Stephenson, Commercial, salary $85. 

Lottie Gugenhan, Domestic Science and German, salary $80. 

Georgia Gardner, Music, salary $90. 

Mrs. Lillian Bess, Fifth Grade, salary $85. 

Miss Foushee, Seventh Grade, salary $60. 

Mary White, Sixth Grade, salary $60. 

Myrtice Nelnis, A-Fourth Grade, salary $75. 

Eula Street, B-Fourth and A. -Third, salary $60. 

Fisher Bond, B-Third, salary $60. 

Cornelia Burke, A-Second, salary $70. 

lionise Murphy, B-Second, salary $65. 

(jrace Jeffrey, Second and First, salary $70. 

Miss Sjder, First Grade, salary $60. 

Mary Fitzgerald, First Grade, salary $65. 

Hettie Allen, Second to Sixth, salary $60. 

Mrs. Gilbreth, Fifth Grade, salary $60. 

Mrs. Thompson, drawing (paid privately). 

Christine Finney, Expression (paid privately). 

.Mi'mcUo Sandusky, School Librarian, salary $20. 



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BERNALILLO COUNTY. 

(A. Montoya, Albuquerque, County Superintendent, salary $2,000) 

I. Agnes Childers, Albuquerque (408 N. 11th), 1st., $60, 9 mos., 
Perfilio Saavedra. 

Barbara Chaves, Albuquerque (314 N. 6th), 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 
Frances Murphy, Albuquerque (704 W. Gold), 1st, $50, 9 mos. 
Vicenta Montoya, Albuquerque (P. O. Box 210), 3rd.. $50, 9 mos. 
Ruth Payton Albuquerque (511 E. Silver), 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

3. Mary S. Rowland, Alameda (P. O. Box 6), 1st., $60, 9 mos., 
Emiliano Saiz. 

Angela Perea, Albuquerque (1209 S. Broadw^ay), 3rd., $50, 9 mos. 
Maximo A. Perea, Alameda, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

4. Mrs. J. T. Ortega, Albuquerque (1123 N. Arno). 1st., $75. 9 
mos., Jose Martinez, Alameda. 

Josefita Quintana, Albuquerque (1005 N. Arno), 1st., $55, 9 mos 

5. Selma J. Anderson, Albuquerque (200 Lewis Ave.), Prof., $75, 
9 mos., Jose A. Chaves (1406 S. 3rd St.) 

Helen Schmidt, Albuquerque (724 S. Broadway), 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Josephme V. Creel, Albuquerque (615 W. Coal), 1st, $70. 9 mos. 
Florence White, Albuquerque (303 S. Second), 3rd., $50, 9 mos. 
Benicia Garcia, Albuquerque (1418 Barelas Roard), Per., $50, 9 mos. 

6. Estella C. Kelly, Pajarito, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Roman Moraga 
Padillas. 

Eulila Yrisarri, Albuquerque (500 W. Silver), 1st., $65. 9 mos. 

7. Olimpia Selva, Tijeras, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan Olguin. 

9. Mrs. Sarah Hall Moore, Old Albuquerque, Prof., $75, 9 mos., 
Jake S. Armijo Box 298, Albuquerque. 

Lois Ferguson, Albuquerque, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

10. Teresa Vigil, Albuquerque (1318 Barelas Road) Per., $50. 7 
mos., Frank C. Mora, Chilili. 

II. Adele Bordenave, Albuquerque (1507 W. Marble). 1st., $7.S, 9 
mos., P. H. McTzgar. Pajarito. 

12-26. (Albuquerque City Schools. See pages 18 and 19.) 

13. Bernice Hesselden, Albuquerque (1211 W. Roma), Prof., $75. 
9 mos., Nestor Montoya, Albuquerque. 

Aurelia Montoya, Old Albuquerque, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Flora Springer, Old Albuquerque, 3rd., $50, 9 mos. 

Genevieve Tierney, Old Albuquerque (524 N. 5th) Prof., $65, 9 mo-. 

Mrs. O'Connor Roberts, Albuquerque (223 W. Granite), Life, $75. 
9 mos. 

Cecilia Murphy, Albuquerque (704 W. Gold), 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Elizabeth Wells, Albuquerque (401 N. 5th), 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Beatrice Armijo, Albuquerque (504 N. 4th), Prof.. $65, 9 mos. 

Irene M. Burke, Albuquerque (616 W. Tijeras), 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Barbara Harris, Albuquerque (519 N. 2nd). Prof., $60, 9 mos. 

Rosalie With, Albuquerque (815 W. Mt. Road), 1st, $60. 9 mos. 



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Marie Balling, Albuquerque (1315 W. Mt. Road), 1st. $60, 9 mos. 

14. Mary Ortiz, Albuquerque (403 W. Hazeldine), 3rd, $50, 7 mos., 
Nicolas Herrera, Albuquerque. 

15. Hazel Wolfe, Albuquerque (511 S. 3rd), 1st., $70, 9 mos., J. S. 
Bowers. 

Edith Kendall, Albuquerque, 3rd., $50, 9 mos. 

16. Jose Salazar, Albuquerque (430 W. Pacific), 3rd, $50, 9 mos., 
Epifanio Chavez. 

17. Nora McGuinness, Old Albuquerque, Per., $50, 7 mos., Rafael 
Carpenter, Barton, N. M. 

18. Christina Apodaca Albuquerque (1901 S. 2nd), Per., $50, 7 
mos., Agustin Sedillo, Tijeras. 

22. Mrs. Reta B. Mathews, Albuquerque (616 W.Coal), 1st., $75, 9 
mos., Elfego Garcia, Albuquerque. 

Mabel Barton, Albuquerque (Indian School), 1st., $55. 9 mos. 
Sofia Yrisarri, Albuquerque (500 W. Silver), Prof., $55 9 mos. 

23. Samuel M. Smith, Tijeras, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Justo Gutierrez. 

24. Henrietta Weiser, Barton, Prof., $50, 7 mos., A. J. King. 

28. Mrs. Maggie Woodworth, Albuquerque, Prof., $65. 9 mos., 
Pedro Aranda. 

34. Edwin Sanchez, Albuquerque (1216 S. 2nd.), Per., $50 7 mos., 
Carlos Griego, Tijeras. 

36. Helen V. Kimball, Albuquerque (616 W. Coal), 1st. $50, 9 mos., 
Felipe Romero, Alameda. 

39. Augustine G. Sedillo, Placitas, Per., $50, 7 mos., Desiderio 
Candelaria, San Pedro. 

41. Beatrice Espalin, Tijeras, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., Elfego Sanchez. 

44. Mary Leaming, Albuquerque, 2nd., $50, 7 mos.. Jose A'l. Gu- 
ti.errez, Tijeras. 

45. Senaida Gonzales, Tijeras, 3 rd, $50, 7 mos,. Pedro Garcia. 

47. Mrs. Vina T. Douglas, Chilili, 1st, $75, 9 mos., George Mc- 
Afee. 

48. Amalia Chavez, Albuquerque (711 W. Marquette), 3rd., $50, 
9 mos., Jose Sanchez y Montoya, Armijo. 

54. Abelicio Romero, Chilili, Per., $50, 7 mos. Antonio Griego. 

CHAVES COUNTY. 

(C. C. Hill Roswell, County Superintendent, salary $2,000.) 

1. (Roswell City Schools, see page 21.) 

2. Mrs. T. W. Hays, Roswell, 1st. $85, 9 mos., J. H. Goodart. 
Anna L. Carr, Roswell, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

3. Evalyn Van Horn, Roswell, 1st., $75, 9 mos., W. G. Urton. 
Blanch Sain, Roswell, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

4. Bert Paxton Roswell, 2nd., $50, 8 mos.. J. H. McPherson. 

5. Mabel Gazley, Buchanan, 1st, $60, 8 mos., E. G. Baker. 
Mrs. W. K. Siron, Buchanan, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 



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Ellen Aker, Buchanan, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 
Julia Gathings, Ingleville, 1st., $60, 8 mos. 

6. W. N. Kelsey, Hagerman, Life, $125, 9 mos. Willis Pardee. 
Chas. Youngs, Hagerman, 1st., $85, 9 mos. 

Gladys Palmer, Hagerman, Prof., $7$, 9 mos. 
Grace Weatherald, Hagerman, 1st $70, 9 mos. 
Grace Weatherald, Hagerman, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Perla Morjran, Hagerman, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 
Perdita Morgan Hagerman, 2nd., $60, 9 mos. 
Lucy Thomas, Hagerman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Mrs. Annie Henderson, Roswell, 1st, $60. 8 mos.. C. L. Wil- 
liams. 

Leah Burrows, Roswell, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

8. W. C. Todd, Dexter, 1st, $155, 9 mos., C. W. Haliburton. 
J. M. Tanner, Dexter, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

J. C. Rhoton, Dexter, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. W. C. Todd, Dexter. Per., $50. 9 mos. 
Daisy Beals, Dexter, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 

9. Mrs. Margaret Pasco, Roswell, 1st, $65, 8 mos., R. L. Corn. 

10. H. W. Miller, New Hope, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., M. L. Turner. 

11. Mamie Head. Elva, 1st, $65, 8 mos., E. M. Ulshoeffer. 
Gladys Miller, Olive 2nd., $50, 8 mos. 

12. Olive Hadder, Roswell, 1st., $90. 9 mos., W. C. VanDoren. 
Hazel McCarty, Roswell, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 

13. Cora Greenfield, Elk, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. A. Reeves. 

14. Anna Pardon, Lower Penasco. 1st. $60, 8 mos., J. H. So- 
well. 

15. P. L. Bradley, Dunken, 2nd., $75, 7 mos., A. P. Cox. 
Nell Urton (Ranch), Pinon, 1st., $20, 7 mos. 

16. Elizabeth Mansfield, Dexter, 2nd, $60, 8 mos., J. M. Lusk. 

17. Emma Wiswell, Felix, 3rd. $50, 7 mos., N. A. Pendergrass. 

18. Robert Scott, Rangier Lake, 2nd., $60, 9 mos. F. D. Bass. 

19. Vivienne Palmer, Greenfield, 1st, $60, 9 mos.. M. Y. Monical. 
Ruth Latrop, Greenfield, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

20. Jesse Knox. Lake Arthur, 1st, $115, 9 mos.. R. F. Beasley. 
Myrtle Knox. Lake Arthur, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

K. C. Wiseman, Lake Arthur, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Nellie Willison, Lake Arthur, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 
Maggie Brown Lake Arthur, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

21. T. W. Welty, Orchard Park. 1st, $55, 8 mos., T. J. Randolph. 

22. W. W. Barlow, Kenna, 1st $75. 8 mos., J. Fry. 
Beatrice (hooper, Kenna, 2nd., $50, 8 mos. 

Iva Roberis Kenna, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

23. Mrs. Orpha Spring. Roswell. 2nd, $50, 8 mos.. Z. E. Graham. 

24. Ethel Miller, Richland. 1st, $85, 7 mos., A. J. DeBoard. 
Lena King. Richland, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

25. W. N. Benson. Stanbro, 2nd, $60. 7 mos., H. C. King. 



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26. Mrs. A. E. Smith, Elkins, 2nd., $70, 9 mos., David Smith. 

27. Bessie Leonard, Elida, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., M. J. Rippes. 

28. E. F. Puryear, Plainview, 1st, $85, 7 mos., G. S. Seeley. 
Chas. W. Meadows, Plainview, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

29. Ethel McAnally, Boaz, 1st, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. Lizzie Troutman. 

30. Reva Foster, Bronco, Texas, 2nd., $65, 7 mos, T. J. Morrison. 

31. Valfreida Santheson Elida, 1st., $60, 7 mos., Ed. C. McCown-. 
Evalene Watson, Valley View, 2nd., $50, 7 mos. 

il. Florence B. Clark, Acme, Life, $80, 8 mos., A. P. Smith. 

^2,. Belle Dilbeck, Judson, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., G. J. Rose. 

34. Mrs. Alma Squire, Boaz, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Will C. Crosby. 

35. Mamie McCoIlough, Allie, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. A. Stirman. 

36. Wesley Rogers, Redland, 2nd, $65 7 mos., W. D. Stirman. 
i7. M. C. Freeman, Eagle Hill, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Jesse Burnett. 

38. G. L. Hickey, McDonald, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., W. L. Stith. 

39. J. W. Ware, Warren, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Mrs. Lillian Hodge. 
Ethelda Cravey, Warren, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

40. Ida M. Epps, Stanbro; 2nd, $60, 7 mos.. J. R. Frakes. 

41. J. H. Stroud, Richland, 2nd. $60, 7 mos., G. W. Thrower. 

42. Ruby McKnigiht, Lovington, 1st, $55, 8 mos., D. W. Krops. 

43. Mabel Parks, Midway, 1st., $60, 7 mos., T. C. Henington. 
W. R. Baker, Midway, 2nd., $60, 7 mos. 

44. C. L. Singleton, King, 2nd., $60, 9 mos., J. R. Whiteley. 

45. W. W. Proudfit, Tatum, 1st., $75, 9 mos., E. J. Fox. 
Mrs. Belle Kilgore, 2nd., $50 9 mos. 

46. Chas. Sterrett, Cumberland, 1st, $50, 7 mos., D. C. Huntley. 

47. J. W. Wilferth, Roswell, 2nd., $60, 8 mos., E. D. Hays. 

48. Pauline .A.dams, Bronco, Tex., 2nd., $45, 7 mos., R. B. Spark- 
man. 

49. Ruby Forbes, Jenkins. 1st., $55, 8 mos., G. W. Watson. 

50. D. M. Proudfit, E'kins, 1st. $70. 9 mos., L. A. Samples. 

51. Maude Gordanier, Elkins, 1st, $65, 7 mos., B. N. Muncey. 

52. G. W. Malone, (Colored School), Blackdom, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.. 
Frank Boyer. 

53. Ada Priest, Crossland, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., L. J. Beadle, Roswell. 

COLFAX COUNTY. 

(Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton, County Superintendent, salary $2,000) 

1. Hannah McGarvey, Elizabethtown, 1st., $75, 8 mos., Mrs. Ro- 
setta K. Turner. 
2. Mabel L. Carrington, Baldy, 1st, $60, 8 mos., J. T. Sparks. 
3. Stella Kiker, Cimarron, 1st., $90, 9 mos.. Dr. H. B. Masten. 
Vesta Kiker, Cimarron, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 
Bessie Lodge, Cimarron, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Pearl Riggan, Cimarron, 2nd., $50, 9 mos. 
Bessie Tipton, Cimarron, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 



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Ella G. Turner, Cimarron. 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

4. Louisa M. Allen, French, 1st, $85, 9 mos., J. J. Keener. 
Alice Fidler, French, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mabel McClure, French, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Faith Beale, French 2nd., $65, 9 mos. 

5. Julius White, Bell, 1st, $70, 9 mos., H. B. English. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Floyd, Bell, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

6. Pearl M. Hall, Dawson, Life, $1500 Yr., 9 mos. T. L. Kinney. 
Sadie Hanna, Dawson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

Florence Sitko, Dawson, Prof. $75, 9 mos. 
Nira Nutter, Dawson, 1st, $75. 9 mos. 
Mabel Graves, Dawson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Anna Gannett, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Addie Mair, Dawson, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Grace H. Allen, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Alice Devlin, Dawson, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 
Esther Pitts, Dawson, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Marcella Calhoun, Dawson, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 
Grace McDermott, Dawson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

7. Stella Farrell, Rayado, 1st., $50, 8 mos., N. M. Abreu. 

8. Mary McGarvey, Cimarron, 1st., $60, 9 mos.. Dr. C. S. Harpe'r. 
Nell Davis, Cimarron, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Albina Maes, Cimarron, , $ , 9 mos. 

E. Vay Johnson, Abbott, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 

9. Mrs. Anna R. Judge, Raton, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., Albert LopcU. 

10. Elizabeth Bell, Yankee, 2nd, $65, 9 mos., C R. Rinker. 

11. (Raton City Schools. See page 20. 

12. Mrs. Florence Fulk, Maxwell, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., Felix Mon- 
toya. 

13. Katherine Spaulding, Colmor, 1st, $70, 9 mos., W. A. Dow. 

14. Mrs. Yirgiinia Revercomb, Raton, care of T. O. Ranch, 2iul 
$65, 9 mos., J. I. Chaves. 

15. Pedro Lopez, Ocate, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Hipolito Martinez. 

16. Mrs. R. T. Fernandez, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Teodoro Fer- 
nandez. 

17. Margie Bruce, Taylor Springs, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Geo. G. Kin.i;-. 
E. Yay Johnson, Abbott, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

18. Clara Tanberg, Trinchera, Colo., 1st., $50, 9 mos., Ben F. 
Owen. 

20. Wm. J. House, Vermejo Park, Life, $80, 11 mos., W. E. Ini^lis. 
Mrs. Grace A. Howes, Vermejo Park, 1st, $50, 11 mos. 

21. T. C. Foster, Maxwell, 1st, $70, 9 mos., R. R. Biebel. 

22. B. F. Connor, Miami, 1st., $90, 9 mos.. Mrs. M. N. Mikercll. 
Marion McGarvey, Miami, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Ida Lapp, Miami, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

2.]. Ethel Binns, Colfax, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Guy H. Christian. 

24. C. S. Cramer, Springer, Life, $110, 9 mos., D. J. Devino. 



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Isabel O'Brien, Springer, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Esther G. Oakes, Springer, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Alice A. Jackson, Springer, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Agnes J. Blanchard, Springer, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Phyllis Cunningham. Springer, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Ruth Adams, Springer, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

25. Florence Gilmore, Ute Park, 1st, $60, 8 mos., T. S. Paris. 

26. Jessie O. Chaffee, Maxwell, 1st, $100, 9 mos., Mrs. E. O. 
Brown. 

Alma Chaffee, Maxwell, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 
Mildred McCready, Maxwell, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Jenny R. Turner, Maxwell, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Shirley S. Nutter, Maxwell, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

27. Marguerite Patton, Koehler, 1st., $85, 9 mos., Walter Kerr. 
Viola L. Clark, Koehler, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mary E. Smith, Koehler, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Euna Bell, Gardiner, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Verna Orin, Gardiner, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Tillie Schwachheim, Van Houten, 1st., $70, 9 mos. 

Ellen Benfer, Van Houten, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. C. W. Thompson, Van Houten, 2nd, pE^, 9 mos. 

Corinne Kershner, Brilliant, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Mary A. Stephens, Brilliant, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Marie Troy, Sugarite, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Leota Gates, Sugarite, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

28. Eloisa Tafoya, Aurora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., James Gray. 

30. Maud Stephens, Taylor Springs, 2nd, $50, 7 mos, D. M. Gilles- 
pie. 

32. David Lucero, Black Lake, 2nd, $62, 7 mos., R. T. Martinez. 

33. Nora Denton, Chico, 1st., $50, 7 mos., G. T. George. 
Carrie I. Codlin, Chico, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

37. Cecil M. Benson, Yankee, 1st., $55, 8 mos., Frank Williams. 
39. Evelyn P. Brown, Colmor, 2nd., $50, 8 mos., J. E. Fernandez. 
41. Miguel A. Lopez, Maxwell, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pablo E. Tru- 
jillo. 

-12. Daisy Pinson. Dedman, 1st, $50, 7 mos, H. Hennigan. 
L. L. Peterson, Dedman, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 
Oscar Moore, Dedman, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 
Esther Hansen, Dedman, 2nd., $50, 7 mos. 

CURRY COUNTY. 

( (aiiKs M. Bickley. Clevis, County Superintendent, salary $15(X).) 

1. (Clovis city schools. See page 19.) 

2. D. L. Adkins, Texico, Prof., $125, 9 mos., B. O Faville. 
Mrs. A. A. Watson. Texico. 1st.. $70. 9 mos. 

.Mrs. M. A. Todd, Texico, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 



M) NKW MFA'ICO RDUCATTONAT. DIRRCTORV. 

Wi'ssic joiu's, Toxico, 2iul, $55, ^ inos. 

X Deatron CampboU, Clovis, Prof.. $75. 7 mos.. W. R. Finchor. 

4. Mrs. LtMia Mawvoll. Clovis, 1st. $70, 7 mos.. ]'. 15. I'ayno. 

5. T. K. Willtnon. Clovis. 1st, $80. 8 mos.. J. W. r.Uor. 
Oscar Willmon. Clovis, 1st. $70, 8 mos. 

(>. 11. 1. Harnett. Clovis, 1st, $70, 7 mos., John b'. Hell. 

7. .1. II. Kays. Tcxico, 1st, $85, 8 mos.. I. L. Cone. 

CcWdio Wickham, Texico. 1st. $75. 8 mos. 

luM nioo McBrayer, Texico. 2nd. $45. 8 mos. 

S. I'raiik Wortman, Texico, 1st., $70. 7 mos.. Monro- l.oo. 

I). Murl Doujilass, Clovis, 1st, $50. 7 mos.. C. P. Hilcman. 

11. C. K. Oshorn, Clovis. 2nd. $60. 7 mos.. J. N. Walker. 

I-'. W. v. Oshonio, Molrose. Prof.. $l-'5. .1. I.. Litchlu-ld. 

lUaticho Osborne, Alelrose, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

.'\. \'\ r.ates, Melrose, 1st. $75. 9 mos. 

\erliii l.etiKur, IMelrose, 1st, $70. 9 mt>s. 

•Mrs. 1. M. Stewart, Melrose, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Mollie Kelso. Melrose. 1st, $65, 7 mos. 

1>\ Mrs. J. B. Clack, Texico. 1st. $(i5, 7 mos., Tt)m Wuii^hn. 

14. Mrs. E. C. Pease, Melrose, 1st, $60. 7 mos,, A. T. Mnrpliy. 

1(). A. H. Pease, Melrose, 2nd., $50. 7 mos., Sam Hastin,si.s. 

20. W. C. Tharp Havener, 1st. $75. 8 mos., S. 1.. Willis. 

.\nna Wesemati. Havener. 1st.. $60, 8 mos. 

2\. C. C. Vovd. St, Vrain. 1st, $65. 7 mos., J, I.. Mines. 

25. Bertha Kincheloe. Melrose. 2nd. $50, 7 mos.. K. S. McDanie'. 

27. Edna McKinley. Clovis. 1st, $70, 7 mos.. W. C. Garrison. 

28. Stella Reed. Melrose. 1st, $65, 7 mos.. R. L. Darr. 

.H). Mrs. v. Stnith. St. Wain, 2nd.. $50. 7 mos.. W. N. Xevins. 

00. Nora Brown Clovis. 1st., $70. 7 mos.. ^^ Tate. 

o4. Grace Rojjers. Clovis, 1st. $65, 7 mos., Leslie Sitnpson. C'.aiul. 

oo. Maude Evans. Havener, 1st., $60, 7 mos., F. L. Growden. 

.V. l.ois Robinsoti. St. Vrain. 1st, $60, 7 mos.. C. E. Justus. 

40. Mrs. 1.. C, l"\MUvick. Claud, 1st, $75. 7 mos.. Miss Curtis Boyd. 
Clovis. 

41. J. N. S. Webb. Texico 1st, $85, 8 mos., .1. E. Curry. 
Minnie Monday, Texico. 1st. $60. 8 mos. 

42. Mary Dunlap. Havener. 1st. $70, 7 mos.. C. M. Putman, Clovis. 
4o. Dean Pattison. Clovis. 1st, $65. 7 mos., J. N. Watts. 

44. Mary Scarbrough. McAHster. 1st,, $75. 7 tiios.. J. L. Whitfield. 

45. Airs. .\. H. Pease. Melrose, 2nd.. $50. 7 mos., Ksse Metcalf. 
McAHster. 

4o. Mabel Boucher. Field, 1st, $t>5, 7 mos.. H. G. Cozby. 

47. l.averna Jackson. Clovis. 1st, $(>0. 7 mos.. C. M. Steed. 

40. H. M. Pile. Grady, 1st. $70. 7 mos.. F. G. Fitzgerald. 

50. K. M. Mickle. Grady. 1st, $70. 7 mos.. E. C. Huffman. 

52. OUie Thomas. Hollene, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.. A. A. Watson. 

54. Agnes IMcT.ean, Texico. 3rd. $50, 7 mos.. W. H Musick, 



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55. A. M. Singleterry, Texico, 2nd, $65, 7 nios., T. A. Slater. 

58. Kenneth Lawing, Hollene, 1st, $90, 8 mos., C. D. Sorrows. 
Elma Eades, Hollene, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

59. Mrs. Georgia Wright, Hollene, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., R. S. Bailey. 

60. Mrs. Alma Hollis, Grady, 1st., $50, 7 mos., G. McGamble. 

61. S. A. Jackson, Grady, 1st., $75, 8 mos, J. C. Trickey. 
Bernice Fry, Grady, 1st., $60, 8 mos. 

63. Erma Mulhair, Hollene, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., J. T. Trapp. Bell- 
view. 

64.' Wilson Davis, Texico, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., A. E. Rose, Bell view. 

65. J. T. Smith, Hollene, 1st $65, 7 mos., J. N. Northcutt. 

66. W. J. Swinney, Hollene, 2nd, $58, 7 mos, E. Witherspooii. 
Bellview. 

67. E. C. Wilkinson, Bellview, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., S. J. Weaver. 

68. Delia Bolding, Cameron, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Dallas Johnson, 
Bellview. 

DONA ANA COUNTY. 

(F. M. Hayner, Las Cruces, County Superintendent, salary $2,000.) 

1. W. O. Evans, Dona An:i, l<t, $100, 9 mo-,., Patrick liarn. ast'e. 
Mrs. W. B. Nowlin, Dona Ana, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

Leonor Molinar, Dona Ana, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Lucile Mandell, Hill, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

2. R. W. Twining, Supt., Las Cruces, Prof., $1,800 (annual salary.) 
12 mos.. Dr. R. E. McBride. 

Fannie French, Las Cruces, Life, $90, 9 mos. 
Selma Christopherson, Las Cruces, 1st. $75, 9 mos. 
Beth Foster, Las Cruces, Life, $77.50, 9 mos. 
Gladys Carroon, Las Cruces, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Joan Ballantyne, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Rhoda Reeves, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Edith Gregg, Las Cruces, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
Edith Burke, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Jessie Laurence, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Louise Buell, Mesilla Park, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. M. J. Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
Ruth Day, Las Cruces, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Iva Engleright, Las Cruces, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 
Bertha Mandell, Mesilla Park, 1st, $62.50, 9 mos. 
.Mma Norviel, Las Cruces, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 
May Rees, Las Cruces, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Miss G. Benitz, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

James K. Shallenberger, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Floyd Easterday, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Mr. Uil Lane, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Flossie Foster, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 



32 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

Freda Rudolph, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Marian Lemon, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Annie Quesenberry, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Edna Holt, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Mrs. W. D. Stevens, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Winifred Crater, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Ida Redd, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Verna Methvin, Las Cruces, , $ , 9 mos. 

Note: — As it was impossible to pfct a full report from llie Las 
Cruces schools, the above information is neither accurate nor com- 
plete. It is thought that the list of teacher is correct.) 

3. W. P. Thorpe, Rincon, 1st, $90, 9 mo., J. H. Knight. 
Lela McMains, Rincon, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

4. Sana Carpenter, Salem, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Juan G. WMardr, 

5. Pearl E. Lyles, La Mesa, 1st, $83, 7 mos., Kugenio !•:. .Monuo. 
Lois Parker, La Mesa, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 

Mary Morie, La Mesa, 1st, $65, 3 mos. 
Mary Adams, La Mesa. 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

6. J. B. Blea, Telles, 1st, $90, 9 mos., Lorenzo Telks. 
Mrs. O. A. Wagigoner, Telles, 1st, $80. 9 mos. 

Cruz Alvarez, Telles, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 
Adelina Moreno, Telles. Per., $25, 7 mos 

7. T. A. Windsor, Chamberino. 1st, $90, 9 mos., Mrs. W. O. Mc- 
Nary. 

Mrs. Alice B. Fulghum, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Catherine Kilgore, Chamberino, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Abbie Kilgore, Chamberno, 2nd., $75, 9 mos. 

10. Ivah Schumaker, Rodey, 1st, $75. 7 mos., .\ntonio S. .Mu'via. 
Lucy Ross, Rodey, 1st, $65. 

11. Willetta Lawrence, Hatch, Prof., $75, 8 mos., Federico Tru- 
jillo. 

Ida Campbell, Hatch, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

12. May Forwood, Mesilla, 1st, $100, 9 mos., J. F. Wilkinson. 
Sadie Hankins, Mesilla, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

.\melia Forwood, Mesilla, 1st., $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Belle McClernon, Mesilla, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Mary L. Woodson, Life, $75, 9 mos. 

13. M. J. Garrett, Canutillo. Texas, 1st, $130 ,nos., J. II. Wal- 
lace. 

Florence B. Frey, Canutillo, T-^xas, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Bessie Emerson, Canutillo, Texas 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Tennie C. Day, Canutillo, Texas, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Ezra Stemple, Canutillo, Texas, 1st, $100 9 mos. 

Annie Cumbec, Canutillo, Texas, Life, $80, 9 mos. 

Jessie Mandell, Canutillo, Texas, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Agnes Wilson, Canutillo, Texas, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

D. H. Simmons, Anapra, 1st, $100, 9 mos. j 



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14. J. A. Millsap. Organ, 1st, $90, 9 mos., C. E. Weber, 
Girlie Owen, Organ, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

16. Elizabeth Rontledge. Anthony, 1st, $90, 9 mos., Vinccnte Gu- 
tierrez. 

Rosemary Bennett, Anthony, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ignacio Ponce, Anthony, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Maria Lopez, Anthony, 3 rd, $50, 9 mos. 

17. Mrs. Amanda Newsom, Berino, 2nd.. $75, 9 mos., Mrs. Carl 
Price. 

ilnna Carpenter, Berino, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. N. V. Wildesen, Berino, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

19. Julia Herrera, Garfield, 2nd., $70, 7 mos,. N. S. Apodaca. 

Margarita C. de Baca, Garfield, 2nd., $70, 7 mos. 

21. Mrs. Clara B. Lee, Las Cruces, 1st, $75, 8 mos.. Elf ego Lopez, 
I'icacho. 

Felicia Carpenter, Las Cruces, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

28. Mrs. A. Baumeister, Mesilla Park, 1st, $90, 9 mos, J. H. Stev- 
enson. 

Lydia Williams, Mesilla Park, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Jessie Locke, Mesilla Park, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Anna Berrier, Mesilla Park, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

WeUlia Sliaw. Mesquite, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

EDDY COUNTY 

(W. A. Poore, Carlsbad, County Superintendent, salary $1,(S()(). ) 

1. Effie Rudeen, Carlsbad, 1st, $75, 8 mos., G. W. FuUing.im. 
Mary Vau.ghn, Carlsbad, 1st, $70, 8 mos. 
.-VblMe R. Curran, Carlsbad, 1st, $70, 8 mos. 

3. Pattie Witt, Carlsbad. 1st, $60, 8 mos., W. A. Forehand. 

4. Frank Robinette, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Frank Stetson. 

5. Louise Baxter, Queen, 1st, $75, 8 mos., Lee Middleton. 

6. Vaude Kroeger, Carlsbad, 1st, $65, 8 mos., W. M. Kilgore. 

7. B. H. Kirk, Lakewood, Life, $100, 9 mos., B. F. St. John. 
Lorna Johnson, Lakewood, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

.'\nna M. Jones, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Ernia L. Pate, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Helen Brown, Lakewood, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
l^lhi Lee, Lakewood, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 
Aha Abernathy, Lakewood, 1st, $45, 9 mos. 

8. S. J. Daley, Hope, 1st, $100, 9 mos., N. L. Johnson. 
Ncele Lanford, Hope, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mabel Austin, Hope, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Louis S. Jones, Hope, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ruby Neff, Hope, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ollic Beckett. Hope, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
1'. I). Ingram, Hope, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 



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10. Mrs. H. G. Howard, Loving, Life, $100, 9 mos., W. F. Rose. 
Edna Johnson, Loving, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Nannie Farrell, Loving, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 
Ethel Ryan, Loving, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

11. Martha Nelson, Malaga, Life, $70, 9 mos., J. H. Reid. 
Zadah Mudgett, Malaga, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Lizzie Wailes, Malaga, Life, $65, 9 mos. 

12. B. F. Kaiser, Dayton, Life, $95, 9 mos., M. B. Culpepper. 
Ralph Pulliam, Dayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Frankie Wailes, Dayton, Life, $65. 9 mos. 

13. Lucy Jones, Carlsbad, 1st, $65, 8 mos., Marvin Livingiston. 

14. Ellen C. Wilson, Monument. Life, $75, 7 mos., J. P. Howcrt^n. 

15. Mattie Waidley, Lakewood, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., J. T. Ross. 

16. C. E. Grover, Artesia, Life, $1,650 yr., 9 mos. S. W. Gilbert. 
Note: — All salaries in Artesia are for the year paid in 12 instal- 
ments, but the school term is 9 months. 

L. A. Carson, Artesia, 1st, $900 yr., 9 mos. 
R. L. Paris, Artesia, 1st, $720 yr., 9 mos. 
Vera Nash, Artesia, Prof., $720, yr., 9 mos. 

Lena E. McCanne, Artesia, , $450 yr., 9 mos. 

Azelia Austry, Artesia, Life, $630 yr., 9 mos. 
Rose Kellogg, Artesia, Prof., $675 yr., 9 mos. 
Amy Gardner, Artesia, Prof., $675 yr., 9 mos. 
W. N. Clyde, Artesia, 1st, $720 yr., 9 mos. 
Monnie Wilson, Artesia., Prof., $585, 9 mos. 
Artie McMahon, Artesia, Life, $585, 9 mos. 

Elizabeth Shaver, Artesia, , $585, 9 mos 

Nellie Henderson, Artesia, 2nd, $585 yr., 9 mos. 
Celia Hendrickson, Artesia, Life, $585, 9 mos. 
Bulah Stagner, Artesia, Life, $585 yr., 9 mos. 
Juanita Stanger, Artesia, 1st, $540 yr., 9 mos. 
Ethel James, Artesia, 1st, $6v30 yr., 9 mos. 

17. Mrs. A. A. Kaiser, Artesia, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Geo. Frisch. 
Golden Neff, Artesia, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

18. Jane Traylor, Knowles, 1st, $60, 8 mos., C. C. Stephenson. 
20. J. M. Mann, Pearl, 1st, $75, 8 mos., Tom M. Curtis. 

21.' Mrs. J. W. Fletcher, Nadine, 1st, $60, 8 mos.. H. G. Barnett. 
J. W. Fletcher, Nadine, 2nd., $75, 8 mos. 

22. H. Wyatt, Vnowles, 1st., $85, 8 mos., B. H. Turner. 
Mrs. M. C. Pearce, Knovi^les, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

23. R. R. James, Lovington, 1st, $1,200 yr., 9 mos., P. S. Eaves. 
Effie Anderson, Lovington, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Delia Vawter, Lovington, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Julia Dunway, Lovington, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mabel King, Lovington, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
J. W. King, Lovington, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ethel Yadon, Lovington, 1st $60, 9 mos. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 35 

24. Edith Davis, Eunice, 1st., $75, 8 mos., L. G. Warlick. 
Lucile Woodward, Eunice, 1st, $65, 8 mos. 

25. Mabel Mudgett, Lovington, 1st., $65, 7 mos., John Moffatt. 

26. Mrs. Jennie Wright, Monument, Prof., $75, 7 mos., Jim More- 
land. 

27. Eva Bryan, Artesia, 1st, $70, 8 mos., Daniel Epper, Lake Ar- 
thur. 

Ava Brownlee, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 
Vera Pearse, Lake Arthur, 2nd, $65, 8 mos. 

28. Edith Shapland, Monument, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., J. V. Linam. 

29. Bessie Speck, Monument, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. P. Eubanks. 

30. Oliver Manning, Hobbs, 1st, $65, 7 mos., W. A. Dunman. 

31. Blanche Boyd, Eunice, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., E. T. Paddock. 

32. Bird Ellis, Cooper, 1st, $70, 8 mos., Isaac Curry. 
Myrtle Cox, Cooper, 1st., $60, 8 mos. 

33. Nola J. Harrell, Jal, 2nd, $50, 8 mos., J. A. Stuart. 

34. Ora Manning. Knowles, $65, 7 mos., I. H. Greene. 
Ruby Manning, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

35. G. M. Brinton, Carlsbad, 1st, $150, 9 mos., J. U. Garrett. 

0. S. Dresher, Carlsbad, 1st, $105, 9 mos. 
Hertha G. Smith, Carlsbad, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Arda Weir, Carlsbad, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

Lois B. Westaway, Carlsbad, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

F. M. Hatfield, Carlsbad, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Dona Hightower, Carlsbad, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Maud Jones, Carlsbad, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Anna T. Boyd, Carlsbad, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 
Viola Bell, Carlsbad, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Myrtle Harkey, Carlsbad, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Lida Mencimer, Carlsbad, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

G. R. Spencer, Carlsbad, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 
Effie Crowder, Carlsbad, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

GRANT COUNTY. 

(Isabel Lancaster Eckles, Silver City, County Superintendent, sal- 
ary $2,000.) 

1. Walter B. McFarland, Silver City, Life, $200, 10 mos., Mrs. O. 
S. Warren. 

Mary Gill, Silver City, Life, $90, 10 mos. 
Ina Marriott, Silver City, Prof., $75, 10 mos. 
Marion Norton, Silver City, 1st, $90, 10 mos. 
Alma Boone, Silver City, Life, $85, 10 mos. 
Edna McChesney. Silver City, 1st, $70, 10 mos. 
Rhae Wilsey, Silver City, 1st, $70, 10 mos. 
Marguerite Foote, Silver City, Life, $85, 10 mos. 
Lucv Ransom, Silver City, 1st, $75, 10 mos. 



Koss U, Wiley, Silver City. 1st. $UX\ 10 luvw 
lUrrit^tto ll«K«M\. Silver City. 1st. $00. JO mos. 
Kv« Swwin, Silver City, 1st. $75. 10 twos, 

Abhie C<\nl Kohrns, Silver City. 1st, $ 10 n»os, 

Cocil K. White. Silver City, 1st. $85. 10 mos. 

2, K^^ber^ K, CuUonvhy, S,u\ta Kit.*, 1st, $1-5. ^> twos,. II, J, Koh- 
inson, 

Fatvnie Day, Sat\ta Rita. 1st, $JX>, 9 mos. 

Vera Carter. Santa Rita, Life $UXX twos, 

Nina Uijjht. S»nta Kita, Lite, $JHX o mos. 

Mv>Hy Murray. Santa Rita. 1st. $*HX n,os. 

Maml Maxwell. Santa Rita. 1st $^H\ *> mos, 

iliav^e -\»nlerson. Santa Rita. 1st. $^A\ ^ \»\<^s 

J, 1-. Morgan, Santa Rita. 1st, $^\ *> nw^s, 

Minnie-Swo|>e, Santa Rita, 1st, $>)0, ^ mos. 

vl Uillian HnjfjjtMt. lortlshnrji', l.itV, $1-5. ^ n\os,, K, IV v^vu.x 

MatiUla r»ean\, UorOshnrjj. 1st, $J^'^, mos. 

Ines \Yrijil\t, LorOshnr^^s 1st. $8(X ^ n»os, 

Mrs. n, K Sellar^ls. l.orvlsbnr^ij. Trof, $80. *i n\os, 

I ncile Veatoh. lorvlsburji. 1st. $8t\ ^ n\os. 

Miss O'Connor, Lor^lsbnrji, 1st. $80 mos, 

Kate Scarbrotv*ih« Lorvlsbnrs. 1st, $«\>. ^^ mos. 

Miss Xiemt^ewoltV, Lonlsbnrs, 1st, $«>0, *i mos. 

4v Audrey B. Carter, Vlnrley. lite. $110 •*> mos , v \\ .^Serhober. 

KuKvni.^ tlerber. Hnrley. 1st. $8.\ *i n\os, 

Sally Kekarvl. Hnrley. 1st. $8l\ ^ n\os, 

Mae IVioe. Hnrley. Trot,. $80 *i mos. 

I. arrie Boone, Hnrley, 1st, $75, *J mos> 

5, Penelope Unniihlin. Tyrone, Kite, $^XX ^ ntchius, 

Mrs, C. R, Chandler, T>»rone, 1st, $i^X *> n»o. 

Mnriel t^akes, l>rone, Prot\, $75, ^ mo-. 

Uenlalx Reitf, Tyrv>ne, tst, $75. *> mos, 

Martha White, Cyrone, 1st. $75, *i n\os. 

tv J. Rs I rawtorU Central, 1st, $JJtV *i mos,, R U. CUix^**, 

.Anna Freckman, Central, 1st, $>\>, ^ n\v\s, 

t'lyUe Thomasson, Central, 1st, $^'^, o mos 

son. 

Ovwv^thy l>avi<.lsot\, I'Snos Altos, 1st. $rvtX 'i ,• ^ 

v^ Knln li Vnckey, Fierrvv latV, $^\ "^ n»o^ 

M«ry F. Marriott, Fiern\ IsSt, $rvN ^ nnvs 

9k ti A. Smith, Animas. 1st, $75. *i nuvs,, Jl. v.\ Wri.^iu, 

Jla«W i^wartney, Animas, 1st, $75 ^ mos, 

Mrs, Marv b\<lbr>sht, Animas. «*<uk, $7tX ^ wos 

UV F, a l>avis, Hachita, 1st. i^lOlX *» «n\s., ' ^■ 

Mrs R Iv IX^vis, Hachit«i, 1st. $75. 9 wvxs 



NKW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DTRECrc^in'. ;>7 

1m;uu- Wutkins, Hachita, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 

11. Mary O'Connor, Dwycr. 2nd., $75, 9 nio.s., Macedoiiio Torrrs. 
Eleanor Cumbee, Dwyer, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 

12. 11. P. Collier. Rodeo, Life, $90, 9 mos., P. E. McCarlv. 

13. Ada Hiler, CliflF, 1st. $75, 9 ;>;os., Lie Rice. 

14. Mr.s. Ada Oliver, Red Rock, Isl.. $75. 9 mos., Mr.s. Koln-rl 
Woods. 

15. Ada I.. Coleman, .Separ, ls(., $S0, 9 mos., j. S. Me\aimon. 
.Separ. 

Robert S. Parks, Brockman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

1(1. .L>seph Murphy, Duncan, .Xrizona, 1st, $S5, 9 mos., J. M. 
r.eavers. 

Jewel Dunasan, Duncan, Ariz., 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

17. Levie Aycock, Hanover, 1st. $85, 9 mos., B. F. Moyer. 

i.aura Vezzetti, Hanover, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

IX. I.ucile Bennett, Mimbres, 2nd, $70, 9 mos., Harry Maddocks. 

iMlilh M. Cramer, Santa Rita, Life, $60, 9 mos. 

19. Lena Smith, Steins, 1st, $85, 9 mos., Mrs. D. B. Smith. 

20. A. M. Roberts, Clifif, 1st, $75, 9 mos., W. S. Littlefield. 

21. Lizzie R. Young, Jackson, Life, $85, 9 mos., Wylie Welch. 

22. Mary Hamilton, Gila, 2nd, $70, 9 mos., Frank Wcvou. 
-M. h:va May, Sherman, 1st, $60, 9 mos., A. O. PcrrauU. 
Clifton Peyton, Sherman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

24. Mrs. Mary B. Austin, Whitewater, Life, $S5, 9 nios., II. .'\. 
Smith. 

23. Mrs. Mina Klipsch, White Signal, 1st, $75, 9 mos., C. 1'. Mor- 
rill. 

2(k Effie Niccum, Cliff, 1st, $60, 9 mos., W. H. Moses. 

27. Ruth Measday, Swarts. 1st, $70, 9 mos., E. J. Svvarts. 

29. Mrs. Clara Cartmill, Silver City, 1st, $65, 9 mos., W. II. 
.S])cnce. 

M). ALiry Tippets, San Lorenzo, 1st. $70, 9 mos., Sautia.no Sala/. 

,il. Leouorc Mier, San Lorenzo, 1st, $70, 9 mos., ScIhto llcri'dia. 

.L^ Mrs. Maud A. Fielder, Teel, Life. $60. 9 mos., Hugh A. Tccl. 

.\l Fay Horton, Santa Rita. Prof., $75, 9 mos., John W. Turner. 

,?4. Mrs. Lillian Richardson, Rodeo, 2nd., $70, 9 mos., J. 1). Arnold. 

.i5. R. Iv T(dliver, Cloverdale, 1st, $70, 9 mos., Mrs. Walter (irif- 
fin. 

r.crtha Tolliver, Cloverdale, 1st., $65, 9 mos. 

,?(.. W. P. Ilri.ght, Duncan, .Ariz., 1st, .$75, 9 nios., W. W. I.oyd. 

.V. 1). V. Sellards, Lordsburg, 1st, $80, 9 mos., M. B. Keithly. 

.^S. Alice Krebaum, Walnut Wells, 2nd, $60, 9 mos., iuirncst 
Jackson. 

Hcssie Steen, Walnut Wells, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

.>9. Esther Wright, Jackson, 2nd, $65, 9 mos., R. W. Jackson. 

40. hit ban Wright, Buckhorn, 1st, $75, 9 mos., J. M. Payne. 



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GUADALUPE COUNTY. 

(J. V. Gallegos, Santa Rosa, County Superintendent, salary $1,800.) 

1. Evaristo Gallegos, Antonchico, 2nd, $68, 7 mos., Federico Gar- 
cia. 

Juan B. Gallegos, Antonchico, 3rd., $50, 7 mos. 

2. Jessie Evans, Antonchico, Prof., $60, 7 mos., Cleofas Rael. 
Leta Nelson, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

Jnan J. Clancy, Antonchico, 1st, $75, 7 mos. 

3. Mrs. Henry Lee Thurston, Antonchico, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., .An- 
dres J. Alarid. 

Marta Marquez, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

4. Felecita Gallegios, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Marcos Ulihurri. 
Estanislado Sliva, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

5. Max Gallegos, Colonias, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Ramon Crespiii. 
Mrs. J. A. Bazon, Colonias, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

G. U. Martinez, Colonias, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Elfida Lucero, Cuervo, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Vic Segura. 
Agnes Horn, Cuervo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Ines Gonzales, Cuervo, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

7. Isidro A. Ortiz, Newkirk. 2nd., $75, 7 mos.. Marcelino Ronio. 

8. S. O. Barker, (Principal County High School), Santa Rosa, 
1st, $100, 9 mos., S. S. Moise. 

Helen D. James, Santa Rosa, 1st., $80, 9 mos. 
Gertrude R. Elliott, Santa Rosa, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 
J. M. Helm, (Principal of Grade school), Santa Rosa, Life, $100, 9 
mos. 

.Mice Mary Tipton, Santa Rosa, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Enriqueta Lucero, Santa Rosa, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Jennie Gonzales, Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Hazel M. Stephens, Santa Rosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Dora M. Nuckles, Santa Rosa, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

9. Albinita Page, Puerto de Luna, 2nd, $65, 9 mos., .Antonio J. 
Valverde. 

Roxv Cook, Puerto de Luna, 2nd., $60, 9 mos. 

10. Igancio Mares, Puerto de Luna, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose S. Y. 
Sedillo. 

11. Mabel Weddington, Elvira, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Cruz Alarid. 
Edna O'Connor, Elvira, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

12. Rose E. Jasper, Yeso, 1st, $75, 7 mos., W. G. Searcy. 

13. Justina Beaubien, Ritchey, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., Romaldo Aragon. 

14. J. G. Garcia, Pintada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Tranquilino Apodaca, 
Santa Rosa. 

Mrs. J. G. Garcia, Pintada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

15. Flossie Sanford, Pintada, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Ernesto Martinez. 
Kathryn O'Keefe, Pintada, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 39 

16. Lucia I age, Pintada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Emilio Nieto, Puerto de 
Luna. 

17. Mrs. A. A. Smith, Buchanan, 2nd, $65, 9 mos., B. R. Deavours. 

18. F. Bustamante, Dilia, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Valentin Baros. 

19. W. A. Edwards, Ritchey, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Saturnine Sando- 
val. 

Jessie Defoor, Ritchey, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

20. Luke Jackson, Fort Sumner, 1st, $90, 9 mos., J. W. Jackson. 
Mary A. Bennett, Fort Sumner, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Perry Ferguson, Fort Sumner, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
B. W. Newlin, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

21. Wood Middleton, Ruth, 1st, $85, 7 mos., A. T. Ball, Ritchey. 

22. Carla Willis, Los Tanos, 1st, $75, 8 mos., J. J. Austin. 

23. Sofia Beaubien, Juan de Dios, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elfino Armijo. 
Emma Harris, Juan de Dios, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

24. Isabel Baca, Pintada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Esequiel Cordova. 

25. Eleuterio Lucero, Antonchico, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Vicente Sis- 
neros. 

26. Thomas Williams, Cuervo, 1st, $75, 7 mos., G. S. Arnold. 
21 . Thomas Spiller, Alamo, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Jasper Shaw. 

28. Edna E. Ingram, Montoya, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Ingram. 
Elvia M. Walker, Montoya, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. X. Hodges. 

29. Bessie Walker, Cuervo, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. X. Hodges. 

30. Van Kirk Maxcy, Ricardo. 1st, $85, 9 mos., B. M. Fuller. 

31. Antonio Sandoval, Fort Sumner, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan B. 
Casaus. 

32. Clifford Earnhardt, Cuervo, 2nd, $75, 8 mos., W. P. Hester, 
Juan de Dios. 

ZZ. Ella Bellamy, West Vaughn, 2nd, $75, 9 mos., F. A. Adams. 
Mamie Keeter, West Vaughn, 2nd, $50. 9 mos. 
Annie Lee Burr, West Vaughn, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Nora Waggoner, West Vaughn, Prof., $90, 9 mos. 

34. Clyde D. Showalter, Taft, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. A. Julian. 

35. J. E. Dodd, Fort Sumner, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Albert Serrels. 

36. Lewis R. Haight, Haile, 1st, $75, 8 mos., J. H. Tuck. 

Zl. Orville C. Gilbert, Santa Rosa, 2nd, $40, 7 mos., G. W. Keher- 
ins. 

38. B. J. Kellett, Cuervo, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Vivian Duran. 

39. Minta Gilliam, E. Vaughn, 1st, $80, 9 mos., E. C. Sims. 
Rebecca Jasper, E. Vaughn, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

Vernon F. Furman, E. Vaughn, 2nd $75, 8 mos. 

40. Mrs. F. R. Baca, Guadalupe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pelajio Casaus. 

41. Fabiola C. de Baca, Newkirk, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Benito Chavez. 

42. G. T. Wise, Taft, 1st, $65, 7 mos., P. A. Hubbard. 

43. Gladys Turner, Fort Sumner, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Sarah Dona- 
hugh. Ricardo. 

44. J. E. Wise, Taft, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., G. T. Wise. 



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45. J. G. Duvall, Fort Sumner, 1st, $75, 8 mos., Peter Yocky. 
Rev. Jas. Brown, Fort Sumner, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

46. Addie Turner, Pastura, 2nd, $60. 7 mos., B. C. Young. 

47. Sofia Sanchez, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Esequiel Sisneros. 

48. ]Mrs. Frank Hinojos, Santa Rosa, ord, $50, 7 mos., Trinidad H. 
Lncero. 

49. Magffie Miller. Pastura, 1st, $55, 7 mos., A. F. Johnson. 

50. Hilario Aragon, Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. George Mondra- 
gon. 

51. S. C. Gonzales, Santa Rosa 3rd, $50. 7 mos., Mariano Cordova. 

52. Chas. L. Earnhardt, Riddle, 3nd. $60, 7 mos., T. M. Smith, 
Cuervo, N. M. 

53. ^''ictor Madrid, Puerto de Luna, 3rd. $50. 7 mos... Tomris 
Pacheco. 

Alvina Luethje, Puerto de Luna, 1st, $75, 7 mos. 

54. Rosa Nelson, Dilia, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Aniceto P.are'a. 
Bernadita Martinez, Dilia, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 

55. Agueda Ortiz, Santa Rosa 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Herman Martinez. 

56. Lucy Ellen Ortiz, Antonchico, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Benito Nelson. 

57. Georgie Tadlock, Ritchey, 1st, $75, 7 mos., C. F. Dawson. 

58. Alfredo Gallegos. Antonchico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Monico 
Jaramillo. 

59. Alaggie Ackerman, Cuervo, 2nd, $55. 7 mos., S. W. Davis. 
()0. Mrs. S. C. Gonzales, Santa Rosa, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., Toma^; 

Sena, Elvira. 

LINCOLN COUNTY. 

(Mrs. W. L. Gumm, Carrizozo, County Superintendent, salary 
$1500.) 

1. Prin. L. M. Stone, 1st. $75. Lincoln, 7 mos.. L. H. Dow. 
Miss lona Stevens. Lincoln, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

Miss Beula Brazel, Lincoln, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 
Miss Irene Wicklund, Lincoln, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

2. Miss Ivel Davis, San Patricio, 1st. $60, 7 mos., Alfredo Gon- 
zales. 

3. Prin, T. B. Milton, Ruidoso. 1st, $77.50, 8 mos.. Alf Hunter. 
iMiss Olivia Kennedy, Ruidoso, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

4. Miss Helen Akers, 1st, Picacho, $75 8 mos.. Frank Santana. 
Miss M. E. Parsons, 3rd, Picacho, $55, 7 mos. 

5. Frances Duran, Glencoe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Prospero Gonzales. 

6. Mrs. S. R. Moss, Encinosa. 2nd. $75, 7 mos., Adonio Montuya. 
Air. S. R. Moss, Encinosa, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

Miss Hattie Sturges, 1st, $50. 

7. Supt. A. McCurdy, Carrizozo, 1st, $150, 9 mos., A. J. RoHand. 
High School Prin., Mrs. E. V. Jewett Carrizozo, 1st, $90. 9 mos. 
H. C. Franklin, Carrizozo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 



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Music Supervisor, Mrs. H. G. Clunn, Carrizozo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Aliss Hanna Greenberg, Carrizozo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Miss M. E. Humphrey, Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. E. G. Gather, Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Nora Massie, Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Miss Claudia Beadle, Carrizozo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Miss Mildred Peters, Carrizozo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

8. Prin. George H. Webb, White Oaks, 1st, $90, 9 mos., Robt. H. 
Taylor. 

Miss L. O. Lockerd, White Oaks, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Miss Nellie McCormick, White Oaks, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

9. Mr. E. F. Funk, Nogal, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., H. E. Keller. 

10. Homer Farrar, San Patricio, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., John C West. 

11. Geo. E. Cardwell, Nogal, 1st, $80, 8 mos., F. J. Cochrane. 

12. Miss Ivy Lindsay, Alto, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Mrs. J. W. Coleman. 

13. Prin. R. A. Bruce, Corona, 1st, $85, 9 mos., E. M. Brickley. 
Miss Nannie H. Ditty, Corona, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Miss Fern Willison, Corona, Prof., $65, 7 mos. 

14. A. B. Stemple, Rabenton, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Mrs. Eluticia 
Chavez. 

15. Miss Lucile Lindsa3^ Alto, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Mrs. D. L. Mc- 
Millan. 

16. Mrs. S. H. Nickles, Parsons, 1st, $65, 7 mos., J. M. Rice. 

17. Mrs. Lurlj^ne Lane, Arabela, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Leandro 
Gutierrez. 

18. Miss Alma Stark, Capitan, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., S. H. Torres. 

19. Oscuro, Prin. Mrs. M. L. Blaney, 1st, $85, 9 mos., E. F. Jones. 
Miss M. C. Monroe, Oscuro, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

20. Prin. S. W. Kelsey, Hondo, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Clement High- 
tower. 

Mrs. Ethel Hightower, Hondo, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

21. Mr. J. Francis Davis, Prin., Ancho, 1st, ^3, 8 mos. 
Miss Ethel Gaddis, Ancho, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

22. Miss Alta Sterritt, Meek, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. A. McPherson. 

23. Mrs. Emma Craddock, Lincoln, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., J. W. Yatc's. 

24. Miss Luella Hoard, Tinnie, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Frank Analia. 

25. Miss Gertrude Keller, Alto, 1st, $60, 7 mos., D. C. Parker. 

26. Mrs. Edna C. Burnett, Jicarilla, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Ensibio 
Carajaval. 

27. Mrs. Norris Harber, Lincoln, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., E. C. Dow^. 

28. Supt. Lincoln Co. High School and Grades, C. Y. Belknap. 
Capitan, 1st, $125, 9 mos., S. W. Hale, clerk. 

Miss Mary A. Bogue, 1st, $90, 9 mos., Capitan. 

Miss Carmen Gilliam, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Capitan. 

Miss Alva Beattie, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Capitan. 

Prin. of Grades, Mrs. G. E. deNisson, Capitan, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Bernice Adams, Capitan, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 



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29. Miss Edith H. Wells, Ecinosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos., E. E. Wright. 

30. Miss Belle Penix, Corona, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Omer Owen. 
.32. J. E. Koonce, Arabela, 1st, $75, 9 mos., L. Pacheco. 

33. Prin. Mrs. Viola Thompson, Tinnie, 2nd, $65, 8 mos.. A. W. 
Purcella. 

Mrs. E. M. Stemple, Tinnie, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

35. Miss Inez Holland, Glencoe, 1st. $60, 7 mos., B. J. Bonncll. 

43. S. C. Bnrnett, Jicarilla, 1st, $65, 7 mos., John W. Dale. 

LUNA COUNTY. 

(Grace G. Goebel, Deming, County Superintendent, salary $1800.) 

1. Mr. J. B. Taylor, Deming, Life, $200. 12 mos., W. E. Holt. 
Una Bedichek. Deming, 1st, $110, 9 mos. 

Robert Hardaway, Demingi, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Leora Foster. Deming, 1st. $85, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Alle Stecker, Deming, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Madelene Page, Deming, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Sadie Stuart, Deming, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
P. D. Southworth, Deming, Special, $150, 12 mos. 
W. M. Ellison, -Deming, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 
Martha B. Ede, Deming, Prof., $80, 9 mos. 
Josie Goodding, Deming. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Alarguerite J. Goebel, Deming, Life, $80, 9 mos. 
Stella Crotchett, Deming, 1st, $75,, 9 mos. 
Lucile Holt, Deming, Life, $75, 9 mos. 
Katherine Shepard, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Marie Tustin, Deming, Life, $75, 9 mos. 
Louise Vallandigham, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Emogene Kaiser, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Rhynette, Trowbridge, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Violet Bonham, Dfniing, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Pansey Young, Deming, 1st. $75. 9 mos. 
Bessie Comer, Deming^ Prof., $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. .Alice Smith, Deming, Life. $85. 9 mos. 
Helen Swope. Deming, 1st. $75, 9 mos. 
Myrtle Orton, Hondale, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Richard Bodyfield. Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Ida Holiday, Deming, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

2. Ruth Merrill, Faywood. 1st., $75. 8 mos., H. H. Bishop. 

3. F. F. Nickell, Cooks. 1st, $75, 9 mos., Harry Edwards. 
Anna Risser. Nutt, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

5. R. L. Stivison, Columbus, 1st, $90. 9 mos., P. K. Lcmmon. 
Mary Field Page, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Dorothy Burton, Columbus, 1st. $75. 9 mos. 
Wilmoth Cannon, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 



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6. John S. Wright, Carne, 1st, $90, 8 mos., Geo. Longest. 
Edith Longest, Carne, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

7. Mozelle Arnold, Hermanas, 2nd, $75, 9 mos., Tom Baker. 

8. Rebekah Coffin, Hondale, 1st, $75, 8 mos., G. A. Gibson. 
Mrs. George Maisel, Tola. 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

Ida Ross, Mountainview, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

Miss Joe Willa Watkins, Deming, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

9. Wilma Graham, Columbus, 1st, $75, 9 mos., O. S. Gibson. 
Mrs. Nelle Chapman Pierce, Waterloo, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

10. George Hardaway, Cambray, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Jos. Del Bruno. 

11. N. B. Stump, Myndus, 1st, $90, 9 mos., E. J. Brewster. 
Rntb Elzey, Myndus, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

McKINLEY COUNTY. 

(W. D. Cornell, Gallup, County Superintendent, salary $1500.) 

1. .\gnes McVicker, Gallup, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Richard Jones. 

2. Jennie Morse, Gibson, 1st, $85, 9 mos., A. J. Bunzey. 
Ruth Broadhead, Gibson, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

Bessie Dickbreder, Gibson, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Lillian McNabb, Gibson, 2nd $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Olive Clyce Saunders, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Barbara Maloney, Heaton, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
3 and 4. J. H. Dowden, Gallup, Life, $200, 9 mos.. Stevehn Cana- 
van. 

D. C. Barnett, Gallup, 1st, $122.22, 9 mos. 
Mildred Hornbein, Gallup, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 
E'eanor Quick. Gallup, Life, $90, 9 mos. 
Ratchel G. Whitaker, Gallup, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 
Mazie Boyd, Gallup, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Edna Tuchock, Gallup, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Ruth Gamble, Gallup, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Ellen Hodgies, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Olah Thompson, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Annie Barker, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Addie Grigsby, Gallup, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Bertha McNutt, Gallup, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 
Lillian Matthews, Gallup, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

6. Lillian Winders, Perea, Prof., $90, 8 mos. Herman Tecklcn- 
burg. 

Ida G. Stanton, Perea, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

7. Helen S. Allison, Thoreau, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.. H. H. Streeter. 

8. Mrs. R. H. Salyer, Perea, 1st, $65, 7 mos., T. H. McCulloui^h. 

9. E. T. Dunlap, Ramah, 1st, $75, 7 mos., O. F. Lewis. 

10. Minnie L. Pickens, Zuni, 1st, .$75, 7 mos., Sebastian Mirahal. 
14. Lorraine Lavender, Crownpoint, 1st, $75, 7 mos. H. D. Boyd. 



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15. Elsie Arey, San Mateo, 1st, $75, 7 mos., E. J. Davis. 

16. Mrs. R. H. Salyer, Perea, 1st, $85, 7 mos., W. A. Ross. 

17. Jas. A. Padgett, Allison, 1st, $80, 9 mos., F. J. Allison. 
Henrietta Koenig, Allison, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

MORA COUNTY. 

(Manuel Madrid, Mora, County Superintendent, salary $1500.) 

1. Sister J. Frances, Mora, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Manuel Velasquez. 
Sister Doloritas, Mora, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Sister Nestora, Mora, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Sister Cyprian, Mora, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Reyes Romero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 
Adela Lucero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

2. Celia K. Bragg, Mora, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., John Wootton. 
Alfonzo Romero, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

Frances Sanchez, Mora, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

3. J. J. Romero, Guadalupita, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., Miguel Rivera. 
Bersabe Romero, Guadalupita, 2nd, $55, 8 mos. 

4. Clara Tipton, Shoemaker, 1st, $70, 9 mos., Mrs. L. E. Murpliy. 
Mina Pochel, Shoemaker, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

5. Bias Gallegos, La Cueva, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Feliberto Lucero. 
Albino Maes, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Demetrio Quintana, Ledoux, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Feliciano 
Gutierrez. 

Rosalia Branch, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

7. John Florence, La Cueva, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Margarita Cordova. 

8. Roman A. Valdez, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Casimiro Gonzales. 

9. Luciano Lucero, Holman, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Manuel Sanchez. 
Benjamin Gandert, Holman, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

10. Josephine Sosa, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Marcelo Montoya. 

11. H. H. Seymour, Watrous, 1st, $85, 9 mos., Antonio Trujillo. 
Ollie G. Underwood, Watrous, 1st. $75. 9 mos. 

12. D. M. Simmons, Wagon Mound, 1st, $80, 9 mos., J. R. Ag.uilar. 
Lucy M. Floyd, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Anna Dorman, Wagon Mound, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Maclovia Medina, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Jennie Jardee, Wagon Mound, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

Viola Mares. Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Maude Petts, Wagon Mound. 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. J. H. Campbell, Wagon Mound, Permit, $50, 7 mos. 

13. Myra Defrees, Levy, 2nd. $55. 9 mos.. Thomas Kyler. 

14. Dionicio Pachco, Wagon Mound, 3rd, $50. 7 mos. R. T. Tvfacs. 

15. Mrs. S. P. Sanchez, Lucero, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., M. Mascarenas. 
Calala Rudulph, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

16. Lucinda Sandoval, Chacon, 3rd. $50, 7 mos.. Margarito Romrn. 

17. Claude Pacheco, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan D. Gonzales. 



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18. Beatrice Maes, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. I. Martinez. 

19. Mary Tipton, Watrous, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., Jose N. Trujillo. 

20. Virginia McClure, Mills, 2nd, $70, 7 mos., G. R. Higgiins. 
Ollie Moyer, Mills, Permit, $50, 7 mos. 

21. Robert Cruz, Naranjos, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Abel Medina. 
21. Rafael Romero, Lucero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. J. Borrego. 

23. Max Rivera, Guadalupita, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elfido Vigil. 
Josie Rudolph, Guadalupita. 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elfido Vigil. 

24. Harry Bliss, Solano, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., J. H. Mackey. 
Hazel Shank, Solano, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

25. Juan B. Pacheco, Chacon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Andres Medina. 

26. Samuel Fresquez, Chacon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Porfirio Garcia. 

27. Carlos Rodarte, Gascon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Molesto Padilla. 

28. Juan B. Arellano, Holman, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Salomon Lopez. 
20, Aurelia Pacheco, Ledoux, 3rd, $49, 7 mos., Elias Chaves. 

30. Benjamin Madrid, Mora, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., E. Herrera. 

31. Malaquias Garcia, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Tomas Pacheco. 
il. Belle Guinn, Optimo, 1st, $75, 7 mos., R. K. Odell. 

Susie Connell, Optimo, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 

?>2>. J. E. Russell, Roy, 1st, $85, 9 mos. Remigio Lopez. 

Blanche Kitchell, Roy, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

R. E. Brook, Roy, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Eugenia Roy, Roy, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 

Effie Lusk, Roy, 2nd, $55, 9 mos. 

Mrs. J. E. Russell, Roy, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Dan Jenkins, Roy, 2nd, $50, 9 mos. 

34. Drusila Ferandez, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Carmen Sandoval. 

35. James E. Sersain. Nolan. 1st, $55, 8 mos, Romulo Martinez. 

36. Ethel McClure, Mills, 2nd., $70, 8 mos., Mr. Cochran. 
?i7 . Lucrecia Cruz, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Ramon Ortiz. 

38. Leopoldo Sanchez, Octate, 3rd, $45, 7 mos., Lazaro Vigil. 

39. Dolores Ortiz, Mora, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. Jose T. Martinez. 

40. Leaetta Brockman, Mills, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., F. O. White. 

41. Olga Nelson, Roy, 1st, $60, 7 mos., B. R. Stew^art. 

42. Francisco N. Baca, Roy, Permit, $50, 7 mos., Antonio Torrez. 

43. E. F. Bowman, Roy, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., J. F. Arnett. 

44. Carrie Wasman, Levy, 2nd, v$60, 7 mos., H. T. Irwin. 

45. H. Caldwell, Abbott, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. R. McKee. 

46. S. H. Brockman, Mills, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Harry Maybery. 

47. Luis D. Ortega, Chacon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Frank Romero. 

48. Leonor Lopez, Ocate, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., G. Duran. 

49. Emma Strong, Ocate, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., John Knapp. 

50. J.E. Brockman, Mills, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., J. H. Caliban. 



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OTERO COUNTY. 

(R. S. Tipton, Alamogordo, County Superintendent, salary, $1800.) 

1. J. Manley Morgan. Alamogordo, 1st, $150, 9 mos., F. C. Rol- 
land. 

Paul L. Menaul, Alamogordo. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Dorothy Esterbrook, Alamogordo. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Viola Paroz, Alamogordo, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Adelia Bender, Alamogordo. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
Wanda Malarkey, Alamogordo, 1st, $80. 9 mos. 
Carrie Covington, Alamogordo, Life, $82.50, 9 mos. 
Anna Belle Cushman, Alamogordo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Henry L. DeBusk, Alamogordo, 1st. $80, 9 mos. 
Emma G. Hurst, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Georgia Hunter, Alamogordo, 1st. $65, 9 mos. 
Hazel Girard, Alamogordo, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Daisy Murphy, Alamogordo. Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Francis Murph3^ Alamogordo, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Eva Abbott. Alamogordo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Millicent Slaby, Alamogordo, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Rose Murphy. Alamogordo, 1st, $72.50, 9 mos. 

2. Mrs. A. J. Bond. La Luz, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Leslie Ellis. 
Mrs. Lizzie Virden, La Luz, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 

3. Jewell Dodgen, La Luz, 1st, $60, 8 mos.. Simon Madrid. 

4. Mrs. Lena Eldridge. Tularosa, Life, $100, 9 mos., R. B. Fields. 
Clare V. Koogler, Tularosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Katharine Tillman, Tularosa, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Dale Kreigh. Tularosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
A'lrs. Mayme Simmons, Tularosa, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Nellie Sanders, Tularosa, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mary McMahon, Tularosa, Prof., $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Laura Miller, Tularosa, 1st, $70. 9 mos. 
Mrs. J. M. Blazer, Tularosa, Life, $70, 9 mos. 

5. Helen Hig.gason, Mt. Park, Life, $95, 9 mos., George Haile. 
Pauline Bemis, Mt. Park, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

6. Blanche Anderson, Weed, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Ed. Payne. 

7. Phebe McAdams. Bent, 1st, $75. 8 mos., H. B. Walters. 
Nellie Grant, Bent, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

8. Meda Lucas, Cloudcroft, 1st, $85, 7 mos., A. R. Carlisle. 
Ollie Thomason, Cloudcroft, 2nd, $70, 7 mos. 

9. Mrs. Laura B. Patrick. Weed. 1st, $75, 9 mos., Jasper Daugh- 

erty. 

Mrs. Carve D. Hennessee, Weed, 2nd, $50. 8 mos. 

10. Evelyn Gore, Three Rivers, 1st, $75. 8 mos., J. C, Williams. 
Mrs. A. F. McLain, White Mountain, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

11. J. J. Cridebring, Cloudcroft, 1st, $100, 8 mos., J. L Bailey. 
Mrs. C. A. Redic, Cloudcroft, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 



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Jeanette Craver, Cloudcroft, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

12. W. H. Highsmith, Mayhill, 1st, $70, 8 mos., G. E. Miller. 
Mrs. Fannie Highsmith, Mayhill, 1st, $60, 8 mos. 

13. Mrs. Rosalind Cox, Weed, 2nd, $55j 7 mos., E. T. Cox. 

14. Mrs. Susie Tuton, Cloudcroft, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. W. Walker. 

15. T. M. Spriggs, Alamogordo, 1st, $75, 8 mos., A. T. Edge. 
Mrs. T. M. Spriggs, Alamogordo, 1st, $50, 6 mos. 

16. Lydia Hughes, Brice, 1st, $90, 9 mos., Allen Culver. 
Mabel Culver, Brice, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Jeanette Eller, Newman, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

17. Summer School — Cloudcroft, 7 mos., C. E. Bass. 

18. Mrs. H. A. Ketman, Avis, Permit, $50, 7 mos., E. E. Nelson. 
■ 19. W. A. Neve, Orange, 1st. $80, 8 mos., E. O. Brownfield. 

L'ewellyn Sutton, Orange, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

20. Mrs. Ola Goforth, Lulu, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., W. L. Martin. 

21. Lyda Rhode, Alamogordo, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., N. J. Spillers. 

22. Eva Moffett, Orogrande, 1st, $75, 9 mos., J. A. Work. 

23. T. A. Standifer, Pinon, 1st, $85, 8 mos., Mrs. G. E. Resley. 

24. Mrs. Matilda B. Woodman, La Luz, Prof., $70, 9 mosr, B. F. 
Stallberg. 

25. Mrs. Harriette Wooten, La Luz, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Jesus 
Borunda. 

26. Virginia Wooten, Cloudcroft, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., A. J. Posey. 

27. Ollie Wright, Weed, 1st, $60, 7 mos., T. O. Key. 

QUAY COUNTY. 

(E. Pack, Tucumcari, County Superintendent, salary, $1800.) 

1. Tucumcari City Schools. See page 27. 

2. A. B. Carman, Revuelto, 2nd, $50, 7 mos.. Julian Blea. 

3. Airs. Gilbreath, Endee. 1st, $100, 8 mos., W. F. Phipps. 

4. Mrs. Alary E. Monkres, Puerto, 2nd, $60, 8 mos., Foley Griggs. 

5. C. G. Randall, Quay, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., A. B. Capps. 
Anne Hunnicutt, Quay, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Airs. ATae AI. Luttrell, Montoya, 1st, $85, 9 mos., J. D. Thom- 
ason. 

Carlee ^V-llker. Montoya, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

7. A. Ha.Tipton, Hudson, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., E. C. Powell. 

8. Nettie Knowles, Tucumcari, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., W. A. Dodson. 

9. Eugenia Rolls, Hanley, 1st, $75, 8 mos., W. T. Curry. 

10. N. Parker, Dodson, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., A. J. Byars. 

11. Ida B. Denny, San Jon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., L. W. Barrett. 

12. Airs. Ruby Holloway, Allen, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. E. Mathews. 

13. Retha Knowles, Montoya, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Carl Brown. 

14. Lelah Martin, Tucumcari, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. T. Whittington. 

15. J. A. Conway, Hanley, 1st, $75, 8 mos., Jno. T. King. 

16. Cleo Jackson, Tucumcari, 1st, $55, 7 mos., W. E. Horr. 



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17. Mrs. F. S. Edmonds, Lesbia, 1st, $65, 7 mos., G. H. Sours. 

18. No school this year, pupils attending Tucumcari school. 

19. Lucille Armstrong, House, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. C. Paschall. 

20. John H. Rain, Endee, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Mrs. E. G. Ferres, Rana. 

21. Urly Miller, Quay, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. P. Nelson. 

22. Mrs. Hilda Long, Tucumcari, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Lew Ailing. 

23. New District. 

27. Bessie Dresser, San Jon, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., G. W. Murray. 

28. Sarah D. Ulmer, Hudson, Life. $90, 8 mos., R. C. Moore. 
Miss B. O'Connell, Hudson, 1st. $60, 8 mos. 

,iO. S. C. Burnett, Norton, 1st, $75, 7 mos., D. G. Clements. 

31. Mrs. W. Y. Willis, Rcvuelto. 1st, $55, 7 mos.. E. A. Cannon. 

32. B. Y. Elzy, Logan, 1st, $100, 9 mos., J. F. McFarland. 
S. Y. Cissell, Logan, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. W. F. Bonds, Logan, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

.33. W. F. Wall, Nara Visa, Life, $125, 9 mos., O. O. Gragg. 

Mrs. W. F. Wall, Nara Yisa, Life, $60, 9 mos. 

Addie Y. Johnson, Nara Yisa, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Fannie Jones, Nara Yisa, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Anita Banes, Nara Yisa, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

34. J. A. Atkins, San Jon, 1st, $70, 9 mos., Jas. B. Boggs. 

Fannie Purcell, San Jon, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

.36. Essie Coffey, West, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., H. A. Riggs. 

37. Dale Montgomery. Harris 2nd, $60, 7 mos.. C. H. Wilson. 

38. Adine Spruce, Quay. 1st.. $60. 7 mos.. W. C. Hitch. 
.39. Flora J. Bell, Hudson. 1st, $60, 8 mos., C. G. Brown. 
41. Alice Berry, Montoya, 1st. $60, 7 mos., Jas. Mauser. 

46. Gladys Keefer, Lesbia. 1st, $60, 7 mos., Chas. A. Brown. 

47. Mrs. Alice Conway, Cameron, 1st. $65, 7 mos.. O. McLinn. 

-8. Ada Morgan, House. 2nd. $60. 7 mos.. B. L. Francis, Chariollo. 

50. M. Otto Milom, Obar. 1st. $100. 9 mos.. Mrs. Thos. Welch. 

51. Evalina Walker, Tucumcari. 1st. 155. 7 mos., Mattie Conlin. 

52. P. A. Grove, Jordan. Isl, $65. 7 mos., A. s. Cox. 

53. L. E. Caton. Plain, 1st, $60, 7 mos., L. D. Shelby. 
Mrs. Roy H. Smith, Plain, 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 

54. T. I. Runyan. McAlister, 1st, $50, 7 mos., W. A. Runyan. 

55. Julia Wattenbarger, West, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. T. Moorcman, 
Woodrow, N. M. 

56. Rera Scarbrough, House, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., John Eschler. 

57. Audrey Huckab}^. Curry, 2nd. $60, 7 mos.. J. M. Finley. 
Lucille. 

.-0. T. C. Williams, Hanle3^ 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Leo. D. Martinez, 
Tucumcari. 

(.0. Vida Mae Stalcup, Kirk, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., A. W. Branson. 

(.1. J. B. Scarbrough, McAlister, 1st, $75, 7 mos., W. C. Lee. 

02. Mae Scarbrough, Ard, 1st, $37.50, 7 mos., J. B. Yeakley, Mc- 
.Mister. 



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63.^ Mrs. H. B. Blackbourn, Lucille, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., M. H. Black- 
bourn. 

64. Mrs. Mabel Johnson, Endee, 2nd, $57, 7 mos., J. E. Murray. 

66. T. F. Conway, Forrest, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., M. F. Bnttram. 

67. Maude Cornett, Field, 1st, $60, 7 mos., R. R. Bell, Nara Visa. 

70. C. M. Coon, Obar, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., R. R. Hoard. 

71. Richey B. Besse, Bard, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. E. Martin, Rana. 
71. Mrs. J. R. Wall, House, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. C. Panell. 

11. C. E. Dillon, Logan, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. S. Cox. 

74. Leman Whitaker, Nara Visa, 1st, $60, 7 mos., H. C. Crow. 

75. J. S. Scarbrough, Ima, 1st, $55, 7 mos., H. A. Bragg. 

n. T. E. Hardin, Roosevelt, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., W. D. Wooten. 

79. Roy H. Smith, Prairie View, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., G. H. Fredrick, 
Grady. 

80. Mrs. G. L. Murry, Bard, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. B. Dewees. 

81. F. C. Whitfield. Murdock. 2nd, $60, 7 mos.. C. A. Curtis. 

82. Mrs. F. D. Pullen, Ima, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Walter Moncus. 

83. Mrs. Mae Hawkins, San Jon, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., F. M. Hawkins. 
86. Tone Moore, Endee, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., H. G. Bowe. 

88. Mae Crow, San Jon, 1st, $60, 7 mos., J. V. Carter. 

89. Allie Holt, Lockney, 1st., $60, 7 mos., S. T. Crocker. 

91. Gertrude Wilkinson. Tipton 2nd., $60, 7 mos., Geo. L. Lott- 
man, Son Jon. 

97. Bertha Snelson, Plain, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., W. H. Hunton. 

98. H. C. Weaver, Lockney, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., H. E. Haney, Nara 
Visa. 

99. Mrs. R. L. Benge, Porter, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., E. M. Goforth. 

100. Julia McClure, Obar, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., O. S. Greaser. 

103. No teacher yet, Rana, 7 mos., C. W. White. 

104. Mrs. Frances Burghart, Nara Visa, 1st, $55, 7 mos.. Chas. 
W. Kepler. 

105. Freddie Gee, Puerto, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Ben Hutchenson. 

106. Hope Dent, Logan, 1st, $75, 8 mos., J. D. Meeks. 

RIO ARRIBA COUNTY. 

(David Martinez, Jr., Velarde, County Superintendent, salary, 
$1400.) . 

1. Benj. Atencio, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan D. Atencio. 
G. Atencio, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan D. Atencio. 

2. Mrs. M. Velarde, Velarde, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., F. F. Miera. 

3. Henry Guillen, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. E. Espinosa. 

4. Canuto Trujillo, Chimayo, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., J. Trujillo. 

5. Mrs. Sophia A. Cordova. Truchas, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., E. Trujillo. 
Miss D. Pacheco, Truchas, 3rd, $50, 3 mos., E. Trujillo. 

6. Carpio Archuleta, Truchas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. Trujillo. 

7. Mrs. Facundo Ortiz, Espanola, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., Z. Rodrigues. 



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8. E. Martinez, Clumiita, 3n.l, $50, 7 inos., M. Mascaroniis. 

9. Paul Gallegos, Ojo Calientc. 2nd, $50, 7 mos.. Max. Trciv.. 
C. Gonsales, Ojo Calientc, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Max. Trejo. 

10. j. J. Lopez El Rito, 2nd, $70. 7 mos.. G. Trujillo. 
R. Lopez, El Rito, 2nd, $50, 3 mos., G. Trujillo. 

11. Miss T. Martinez, Abiqniu, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., H. Grant. 
Mrs. I. Cavanaugh, Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., H. Grant. 

12. E. Chaves, Coyote, Permit, $50, 7 mos., T. Velasques. 

13. .1. M. Medina,, Petaca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. B. Martinez. 

14. D. Trujillo, Vallecitos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. Alartinez. 

15. Aliss Alice Cage. Ortiz, Col., 3rd., $00. 7 mos., N. Gonzales. 
1(). G. De \'argas, Canjilon, 3rd. $75, 7 mos.. T. D. Vargas. 
Airs. May Hearn, Canjilon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., T. D. Vargas. 

17. \'ict. IMiharri, Tierra Aniarilla, 1st, $75, 9 mos., IsniacI Cli- 
harri. 

P. J. Alartinez, Tierra Amarilla, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Ismael U!il>ani. 

18. A. Valdez, Parkview, 3rd. $50, 8 mos., E. A. Abeyta. 
S. D. Olivas, Jr., Parkview, 1st, $75, 7 mos., E. A. Abeyta. 

19. Arthur E. Carr. Chama, 1st, $100, 9 mos., Martin Horen. 
Aliss Olive Duer. Chama. 1st, $75, 9 mos., Martin Horen. 
Mrs. Frances E. Carr, Chama. 2nd, $75. 9 mos., Martin Horen. 
Miss M. Cartwright, Chama, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Martin Horen. 

20. R. Atencio, Rinconada, 3rd. $50, 7 mos., Q. Rendon. 

21. Miss Mabel H. Harper, Lumberton, 1st. $75. 9 mos., R. Garcia. 
Levi Martinez. Lumberton, 2nd, $75, 3 mos., R. Garcia. 

22. Miss L. Clements, Rosa, Prof., $75, 8 mos., A. H. Long. 

23. Silviano iioibal, Chan>ita, Permit. $50, 7 mos.. Sanhran l.o- 
bato. 

24. Airs. C. M. Romero. Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. E. Espinosa. 
2^. Miss .\. Rodrigues. Chamita, 3rd. $50, 7 mos., T. C. Vigtil. 
2(>. Aliss R. Garcia, Dixon. 2nd. $65. 7 mos., D. Griego. 

1. E. Arellano, Dixon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., D. Griego. 

27. J. AL Martinez. Parkview. 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. A. M. Abeyta. 

28. J. AL Ortiz. Brasos, 2nd. $1)8. 7 mos.. A. S. Alartinez. 

29. Aliss AL E. Briggs, El \ado. 1st. $75. 7 mos., A. Valdez. 

30. J. Salasar. Chamita, 2nd.. $50. 7 mos., A. M. Salasar. 

31. J. Herrera. Monero. 3rd. $50. 7 mos.. E. Gomez. 

^2. E. Sanchez. Ojo Sarco, 3rd. $50. 7 mos., M. Sanchez. 

33. v. Ortiz, Chamita, 2nd, $65. 7 mos., J. E. Sanches. 

34. Aliss C. Ortiz. Chamita. 3rd. $50. 7 mos., J. S. Lucero. 
33. AL Trujillo, Canjilon, 3rd, $50. 7 mos.,. P. T. Chacon. 
3(>. F. Rodriguez, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. F. E. Salasar. 
o7. !'., D. Trujillo. Velarde, 3rd. $50. 7 mos., L. AL Sanchez. 
.>8. .\ Alartinez. Velarde 3rd, $50. 7 mos., Pedro Rendtui. 
3^>. A. Al. Lopez, Encenada, 1st, $65. 7 mos.. Fred. Delgado. 
1.. \'. Alartinez, Encenada. 3rd. $50, 7 mos., Fred. Delgado. 



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40. Mrs. S. M. Vigil, Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., B. Mailriil. 

41. Miss Teofila Ortiz, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 7 nios., J. C. Borrcoo. 

42. J. D. Martinez, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. Martinez. 

43. G. Trujillo, La Madera, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. M. Mestas. 

44. Mrs. S. A. Gonzales, Petaca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. M. Jaramillo. 

45. Mrs. H. L. Pollard, Espanola, Life, $80, 9 mos., Louis F. N-.lil. 
IMiss E. C. Tickner, Espanola, Life,, $70, 9 mos., Louis F. Nolil. 
Miss C. Porter, Espanola, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Louis F. Nohl. 

4(p. Max. Manzanares, Gallina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. Gonzales. 

47. Mrs. J. A. Romero, Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 6 mos., E. Jaramillo. 

-18. P. Pacheco, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., S. Garcia. 

49. J. G. Valdez, Tierra Amarilla, 3rd, $50, 7 mo.s.. J. File MoiMano. 
M. A. Esquibel, Tierra Amarilla, 1st, $75, 7 mos., J. Fil. MiMiiano. 

50. T. Lopes, Chamita, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., P. Montoya. 

51. J. M. Valdez, Tusas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. A. Sanchez. 

52. E. (Jalleg-os, Pagosa Junction, Col., 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Eli.^io 
Madrid. 

.=^3. E. Vigil, El Rito, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. Esquivel. 

M. D. Vargas, El Rito, Permit, $50, 5 mos., M. Esquivel. 

54. S. R. Ruibalid, Vallacitos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. F. Ortega. 

55. E. Montoya, Las Tablas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. A. Lobato. 
5t). N. Martinez, Coyote, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. Martinez. 

57. J. W. Halterman, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. E. Broad- 
well. 

58. F. Montoya, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Justo Lopez. 
M. Sandoval, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Justo Lopez. 

59. Miss C. M. Jacques, Gallina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. R. Mestas. 

60. L. V. Chavez, Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., R. Y. Moya. 

61. Miss Z. Gallegos, Ortiz, Col., 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. N. Ruibalid. 

62. P. F. Salasar, Coyote, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., D. E. Martinez. 

63. Miss C. Darrow, Governador, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., W. B. Horn. 
Miss M. Rafferty, Governador, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., W. B. Horn. 

64. Miss R. Lopez, Tres Piedras, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., T. Barela. 

65. M. Espinosa, Youngsville, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. R. Jaramillo. 

66. N. Borrcgo, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. Sisneros. 

67. R. Domingues, Ojo Sarco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. Pacheco. 

68. S. Alire, Canjilon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. R. Maldonado. 

69. M. Martinez, Truchas, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., D. Romero. 

70. Mrs. C. Montoya, Truchas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., R. Montoya. 

71. M. C. Jaramillo, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. T. Chavez. 

72. E. D. Trujillo, Chamita, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. B. Casados. 

73. Mrs. J. M. Cordova, Abiquiu, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., B. Ortiz. 

74. Miss Lucia Sandoval, Havnes, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. Garcia. 

75. Max. Sanchez, Petaca, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., S. Ortiz. 

76. O. Manzanares, Tierra Amarilla, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., D. Valdez. 



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ROOSEVELT COUNTY. 

(Mrs. S. F. Culberson, Portales, County Superintendent, salary, 
$1,500.) 

1. J. S. Long,' Portales, Life, $125, 9 mos., W. E. Lindsey. 
. Chas. Timmons, Portales, 1st., $80, 9 mos. 

R. P. Connally, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Montana Grimstead, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
L. L. Brown, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Geo. Reese, Portales, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Sarah K. Ellis, Portales, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. R. A. Johnson, Portales, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 
Mi.ss C. Whittle, Portales, Prof., $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Edwin Mer, Portales, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Miss G. Thompson, Portales, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. W. F. Kenady, Portales, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Mrs. I. M. Butler, Portales, 3rd., $40, 9 mos. 

2. Hester Kennamore, Elida, 1st, $100, 9 mos., J. W. Anthony. 
Lucile Moore, Elida, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Mrs. D. R. Hamilton. Elida," 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Miss Willie Hamilton, Elida, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Sue Mayfield, Elida, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 
Pauline Anthony, Elida, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
J. M. Biles, Elida, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

3. S. B. McClean, Texico, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., J. A. Moss. 
Mrs. S. B. McClean, Texico, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

Edna Boone, Texico, 1st., $50, 7 mos. 

4. A. C. Woodburn, Portales, 1st, $75, 7 mos., E. N. Wheeler. 

5. Fred L. Ohr, Floyd, 1st,, $75, 9 mos., Mrs. Jane Looper. 
7. Helen McBride, Eiland, 1st, $50, 7 mos., W. O. Davis. 

9. Judd Miller, Tolar, 1st, $70, 8 mos., F. G. Forrest. 
Homer Smith, Tolar, 2nd., $60, 8 mos. 

Louise Wright, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 
Myrtle Preston, Tolar, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

10. Will A. Palmer, Arch, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., E. S. Alls. 

11. Daniel Boone, Lacy, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., C. F. Gregory. 

13. Miss M. Patterson, Portales, 1st, $80, 7 mos., S. A. Crabb. 

14. Lottie Smith, Elida, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J.L. Paxton. 

15. J. V. Bieler, Portales, 1st, $80, 8 mos., Frank Calloway. 

16. Mrs. Lillian Robertson, Elida, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., A. G. Wicker. 

17. Edwin G. Taylor, Elida, 1st, $80, 8 mos., H. B, Hardt, Kermit. 
Doris Reed, Elida, 2nd,, $60, 7 mos., G. W. Dye. 

19. Annie Thomas Elida, 1st, $80, 7 mos., A. W. Baker. 
26, Maud West, Elida, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., O. P. Butler. 
28. A. D. Smith, La Lande, Life, $100, 9 mos., L. W. Dillon. 
B. H. Hewett, La Lande, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mattie D. Hightower, La Lande, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 



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Hazlewood Aloore, La Lande, 1st, $60.. 9 mos. 

30. R. A. Deen, Taiban, Life, $125, 9 mos., L. E. Davics. 

C. B. Stone, Taiban, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Julia Dillon, Taiban, 1st, $30, 9 mos. 

Lula Burns, Taiban, 1st, $35, 9 mos. 

35. Rose Davies, Rogers, 2nd, $75, 7 mos., C. C. Maxwell. 

Lillian Marshall, Rogers, 1st, $75, 7 mos. 

34. Frank Greathouse, Longs, 1st, $70, 7 mos., U. S. Fraze. 

35. J. W. Slone, Garrison, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., G. D. Toland. 

36. R. A. Palm, Portales, 1st, $75, 9 mos., J. W. Thompson. 
37 P. M. Fortner, Carter, 1st, $65, 7 mos., H. C. Katchell. 

30. Lillian Smith, Portales, 1st, $60, 7 mos., A. J. Burkett, Cromer. 

40. C. B. Robinson, Causey, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Lewis A. Little Gar- 
rison. 

44. Belle Norton, Delphos, 1st, $80, 8 mos., E. C. Cmnmings. 

45. R. F. Pepper, Longs, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., J. L. Pepper. 

46. A. L. Willso-n, Cromer, 1st, $70, 7 mos., A. B. Cares, Richland. 

47. J. W. Russell, Upton, 1st, $75, 7 mos., A. A. Cribbs, Benson. 

48. Maud Copeland, Delphos, 1st, $70, 7 mos., J. F. Crawford. 

49. J. R. Shock, Upton, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Oliver Gore. 

50. C. F. De La Mater, Elida, 1st., $80, 7 mos., L. G. Scott, In.gram. 

53. J. H. Kelso, Melrose, 1st, $S0, 8 mos, O. W. Miller. 

54. Mrs. Fred L. Ohr, Floyd, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Jeff Keeter, Lang- 
ton. 

56. Chas. Caldwell, Red Lake, 1st, $65, 7 mos., D. A. Lee. 

57. Rex Borough, Red Lake, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., L. E. Forbes, Elida. 
65. Miss Zelica Shaw, Claudell, 2nd., $50. 7 mos., D. F. Lam'>. 

73. C. E. Toombs, Judson, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. F. Wasmer, Nobe. 

74. Joe Morgan, Rancho, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. M. Dryden. 

76. Helen M. Elrod, Kenna, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., L. M. Carmichael 
81. R. W. Moore, Dereno, 2nd, $75, 7 mos.. S. A. Elliott. 

88. Sam J. Stinnett, Portales, 1st $75, 7 mos., J. A. Tinsley. 

89. Mrs. Ida B. Peerson, La Lande, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., A. C. Powell, 
La Lande. 

91. Ollie M. Greathouse, Inez, 1st, $75, 7 mos., S. A. Clark. 

95. Lillian D. Norvell, Taiban, 1st, $60, 7 mos., D. M. Huddleston. 

97. Willie Warnica, Claudell, 1st, $60, 7 mos., C. D. Wells. 

99. Bessie Young, Arch, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., G. A. Oney. 

100. Rhea Robbins, Delphos, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., G. D. Pipkin. 

101. Lucille Armstrong, Tolar, 1st, $55, 7 mos., W. P. Witt. 
103. J. E. Owens, Dereno, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Ben Hall. 
Callye Shannon. Dereno, 2nd, $50, 7 mos, 

105. Eula Keller, Redland, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., F. F. Hill, Inez. 

107. Mrs. Altha Lewis, Portales, 2nd, $70, 7 mos., F. T. Elkins. 

110. Mrs. W. F. Greer, Redland, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. M. Gregory. 

111. Minnie Forbes, Red Lake, 1st., $60, 7 mos., James Stimson. 

112. Mrs. I. M. Elliott, Melrose, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., C. D. Fowler. 



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115. J. W. King, Inez, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., B. N. Hill, Arch 

116. Eula Ross, Portales, 2nd.,, $65, 7 mos., S. B. Boone. 

SAN JUAN COUNTY 

(J. L. Swinney, Aztec, County Superintendent, salary $1400.) 

1. Maggie Mayers, La Boca, Colo., Life, $50, 7 mos.. Marcelo 
Lucero. 

2. Earl Douglass, Aztec, Life, $120, 9 mos., H. D. .Abrams. 
Elaine Burdick, Aztec, 1st, $80. 9 mos. 

W. L. Trimble, Aztec, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Bess Pennington, Aztec, 1st., $60, 9 mos. 

Ruth Hartman, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. : 

Kate Pound, Aztec, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Ruth Jackson, Aztec, 1st, $62.50 9 mos. 

3. W. J. Hatch, La Plata. 2nd.. $70, 7 mos., N. A, Conger. 

4. Vida Woods, Kirtland, 1st, $50, 8 mos., W. M. Black. 
Wilma Stoleworthy, Kirtland, 2nd., $40, 8 mos. 

5. E. A. Schreck, Fanningiton, Life $133,33 1-3. 9 mos., L. M. Gar- 
rett. 

H. D Kirkpatrick, Farmington, 1st. $80, 9 mos. 

May Marlow, Farmington, 1st., $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Susan H. Playter, Farmington, Prof., $70, 9 mos. 

Alice Hampton, Farmington. 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Ella Baugihman. Farmington, 1st., $55, 9 mos. 

Bessie Brown, Farmington, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Mrs. E. B. Holmes, Farmington. 1st., $60, 9 mos. 

(.. C. E. Kil,i;x)ur, Bloomfield, 1st. $60. 7 mos., Geo. Salmon. 

7. Adelaida Archuleta, Blanco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. F. Chaves. 

8. M. M. Straube. Farmington, 2nd.. $70. 9 mos.. M. W. Groos. 

9. .'Kpiy Hutchin, Cedar Hill. 1st. $(jO. 9 mos.. H. E. Rice. 

10. Edith Whitford. Riverside, 1st, $60, 7 mos., E. B. Hendrirks. 
il. Lily Colton, Pendleton, 1st, $65, 8 mos.. J. T, Schaaf. 

12. Alary McMichael, Cedar Hill. 1st, .$60, 8 mos., J. H. Gormley. 

13. Mary D. Leeper, Blanco. 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. G. S. Martinez, 
Turley. 

14. .\sa l^.Lutin, Flora Vista. 1st. $75. 9 mos.. A. H. Masters. 
Lena Ricketts. Flora Vista, 1st.. $60. 9 nios. 

Mrs. Byron Eddy. Flora Vista, 2nd.. $50, 9 mos. 

1,'. Sophie Miller, Largo. 3rd, $50. 7 mos., D. H. Selph. 

13. M. F. Fifield. Aztec. 2nd, $65, 9 mos., Mrs. H. A. Dudley. 

Lois Fifield, Aztec. 1st, $50. 9 mos". 

17. Ivel'ugio Avagon. Turley. 3rd, $50 7 mos.. Lino Sandoval. 
Blanco. 

18. .Mrs. Ua;rerine Mc Masters. La Plata .1st, $05, 8 mos., Reuben 
Ripley. 

Dell. I 1 anier. La Plata, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 55 

19. Eva L. Colton, Allison, Colo., 1st., $60, 7 mos., A. B. Kimball. 
Zella Callowa3-, Allison, Colo., 1st, $40, 7 mos. 

20. Gladys Taylor, Liberty, 1st, $60, 8 mos., Mrs. B. Vaughn. 

21. Either Gay, Blanco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Casimiro Saiz. 

22. E. T. Israel, Fruitland, 1st, $65, 8 mos., Mrs. N. Clawson. 
Mrs. Clara H. Israel, Fruitland, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

23. Mrs. Rolena M. McRee, Flora Vista, 1st, $65, 7 mos., C. E. 
Noble, Farmington. 

24. Ida L. Estes, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. A. Hippler. 

2.'. Ethel M. Johnson, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 7 mos., Guy Cassady. 

26. Nora Hargis, Farmington, 2nd, $45, 7 mos., J. K. P. Pipkin. 

27. Aurelia Jaquez, Blanco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Leonor Garcia. 

28. Verna Hutton, Rosing, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. W. Nutt, Cedar 
Hill. 

29. Mrs. M.L. Hatfield-Barton, Turley, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Ricardo 
Archuleta, Blanco. 

30. Pearl James, Bloomfield, 1st, $50, 7 mos., L. D. Seitsinger. 

31. Mrs. Eva Darrow, Turley, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., E. L. Archuleta. 

5. Mr.'^. Nellie Clench Drolet, Farmington, Substitute Teacher. 

SAN MIGUEL COUNTY. 

(M. F. DesMarais, Las Vegas, County Superintendent, s.ilary 
$2,000.) 

(E. Las Vegas Schools. See page 20.) 

1. Mrs. Lou Cobb, Las Vegas, 1st, $122.22, 9 mos., Luis Arniijo. 

Florence Mair, Las Vegas, Life, $67.50, 9 mos. 

Marguerite Bernard, Las Vegas, Life, $67.50, 9 mos. 

Rose Pov\fers, Las Vegas, Prof., $57.50, 9 mos. 

Mary Romero, Las Vegas, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Mary Vigil, Las Vegas, 1st, $50, 9 mos. 

Pauline Jaramillo, Las Vegas, 1st, $55, 9 mos. 

Soledad Montano, E. Las Vegas, Prof., $50, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Katherine DesMarais, Las Vegas, 1st, $67.50, 9 mos. 

Louise Wells, E. Las Vegas, Prof., $55, 9 mos. 

Nellie Wells, E. Las Vegas, 1st., $50, 9 mos. 

L'lorida Gallegos, E. Las Vegas, Prof., $50, 9 mos. 

Sivbinita Gonzales, Las Vegas, 2nd, $50, 8 mos. 

3. Rufina Herrera, Las Vegas, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., Jose R. Lopez. 

Sallit Blanchard, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

5. Sister Arnolda, San Miguel, 1st. $65, 7 mos., Juan C. Lopez. 
Sister Emilia, San Miguel, 1st, $70, 7 mos. 

6. Salomon Gallegos, Villanue\a 1st, $60, 7 mos., Theodore Ba- 
chich.a. 

Josefita Garcia, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

7. Adela Armijo, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Domingo Hayes. 
8 D. S. Aladrid, Ribera, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Antonio E. Ortiz. 



56 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. ■ 

9. Louise Abeyta, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Ramon Herrera. 

10. Lora N. Northrup, Onava, Life, $75, 7 mos., N. E. Beck. 
Guadalupe C. Baca, Los Alamos, 2nd., $65, 7 mos. 

11. Teresa L. Martinez, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose Montano. 

12. L. V. Clement, Rociada, Prof., $60, 7 mos., Carlos Bustos. 

13. Ramon Gonzales, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 7 inos., Nicacio Oiliz. 
Ofelia Trujillo, San Jose, 2nd., $65, 7 mos. 

14. Luis Duran, Sena, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Indalecio Sena. 

15. Isidro Trujillo, Trujillo, 3rd., $50, 7 inos., Teodoro Pacheco. 

16. Guillermo Ortiz, Valley Ranch, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Clemente 
Sandoval. 

17. S. V. Lujan, Rociada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Faustin Siiva. 

18. Frank J. Vaur, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Leocadio Tapia. 

19. Guadalupe Hidalgo, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elizardo Gon- 
zales. 

20 Josefita Gallegos, Chaperito, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Dolores Galle- 
gos. 

Louisa Schnepple, Chaperito, Prof., $60, 7 mos. 

21. Rita Varela, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose C. Rivera. 
Manuel B. Pino, Pecos, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

22. Rubel Gallegos, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luis M. Quintana. 

23. Teofilo Madrid, Las Vegas, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Teresino Ro- 
mero. 

2!. Tomas C. Baca, Chapelle, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Apolonio Marquez. 
2b. H. C. Herrera, Las Vegas, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., Juan B. Gallegus. 
Grace Mahon, E. Las Vegas, 1st, $40, 7 mos. 

26. Frances Pacheco, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Antonio M. Ro- 
mero. 

2/. Apolonio Sena, Tecolote, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Perfecto Moutoya. 
Ruth S. Rendon, Tecolote, 2nd., $60, 7 mos. 

28. Ramon Duran, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Ruperto Archuleta. 

29. Enrique Montano, Leyba, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Justiniano Leyba. 

30. C. A. Quintana, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Tranquilino Gon- 
zales. 

Annie Breen, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

31. Margarita R. Gonzales, Las Vegas, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Gnmer- 
indo Ortiz. 

32. Dionicio Trambley, Mineral Hill, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Rumaldo 
Gomez. 

Luoisa Ulibarri, Mineral Hill, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

33. Katie Falch, Tecolote, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Eapiridon Aragon. 

34. Jaquin Oretga, Porvenir, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Alberto Ortega. 

35. Tobias Lucero, Tecolote, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Hiiario Montano. 
56. Ramon M. Trujillo, Sabinoso, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Ramon A. 

Tiujilio. 

37. Reba McArthur, E. Las Vegas, 2nd, $60, 8 mos., R. J. Long. 
Nestor Montano, Las Vegas, Per., $50, 7 ipos., , 



NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 57 

38. Josefita Ulibarri, Variadero, 2nd., $65, 7 mos., Juan D. Mar- 
tine?. 

Scfia Ulibarri, Variadero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

40. Rosendo Ortiz, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Enrique Dean. 
Tiburcita Gonzales, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

41, Josefita Ulibarri, Sena, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Indalecio Herrera. 
4<i. Lola R. Montoya, Villanueva, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Florencio 

Chacon. 

43. Ruth M. Parmelle, Isidor, 1st, $60, 7 mos., B. A. Encinias. 

44. Louise H. Beisman, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Julian Mon- 
tO}-a 

45. Eugenio Romero, Rociada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Canuto Ramirez. 

46. Florentine Montoya, Villanueva, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Francisco 
C liavez. 

47. Onesimo Garcia, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Severo Lucero. 

48. Nemecio Rivera, Valley Ranch, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Celestino 
Gonzales. 

4V. Marie C. Navarro, Las Vegas, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Lorenzo Leal. 
50. Maggie Serrano, El Pino Ranch, Per., $50, 7 mos., Hipolito 
M. Baca. 

5i. Filadelfo Tafoya, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Margarito Archuleta. 

54. Daniel Trujillo, Rociada, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Francisco Quin- 
tana. 

55. Sister Lucilla, Ribera, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Lamberto Ortiz. 
Sister Damascene, Ribera, 1st, $75, 7 mos. 

56. Abenicio Alcon, Maes, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Antonio Sandoval. 
62 Eleuterio Baca, Chaperito, Prof., $70, 7 mos., Lorenzo Gonza- 
les. 

63. Rosario Lucero, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Felipe Roibal. 

64. Jose U. Lucero, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Ramon A. Bustos. 

65. Martina Baca, Trujillo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pedro Ulibarri. 

68. Cirilo V. Martinez, Pecos, 3rd, $50,- 7 mos., Anselmo Bowles. 

69. Ruth Martin, E. Las Vegas, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Martin Marquez. 

71. Melecio Lucero, Los Alamos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Victor Lucero. 

72. Virginia Naranjo, Variadero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Martin Lucero. 
73 Julia D. Narvaez, Sabinoso, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Florencio Esqui- 

bai. 

76. Aleiandro Flores, San Jose, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Casimiro Dumas. 

7/. Eloisa Sanchez, Mineral Hill, 2nd, $60, 7 mos... Reyes Aragon. 

79. Adam Gallegos, La Liendre, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Samuel Gomez. 

80. Eloisa Hidalgo, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Joaquin Chavez. 

81. Lila Gallegos, Sapello, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Epifanio Vigil. 

83. Sadie Kerkhuff, Chaperito, 2nd, $65, 7 mos.. Albino B. Galle- 
gos. 

86 Patricio Valverde, Trementina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Valentin 
Madrid. 

87. Narciso Duran, Trementina, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Cecilio Valverde. 



58 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

88. Alejandro Fresquez, Beulah, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Simon Roibal. 

89. Louise McArthur, Maes, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Andres Maes. 

91. Justo Lucero, Las Vegas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan Jiron. 

92. Genovevo Gabaldon, Rowe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jesus Garcia. 

93. Abelino Ortiz, Ribera, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Rafael Martinez. 

94. Anna B. Pankratz, Cherryvale, 1st, $60, 7 mos., John Pan- 
kratz. 

95. Alice D. Kier, E. Las Vegas, 1st, $75, 8 mos., C. A. Good. 

97. Miguel A. Guerin, Pecos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Octaviano Segura. 

SANDOVAL COUNTY. 

(Bonifacio Montoya, Bernalillo, County Superintendent, salary, 
$1300.) 

1. Sister M. Malachy, Bernalillo, 1st, $75, 10 mos., Jose Sena. 
Sister M. Edwina, Bernalillo, Life, $75, 10 mos. 

Brother G. Francis, Bernalillo, 1st, $75, 10 mos. 
Brother Leonard, Bernalillo, 2nd, $75, 10 mos. 

2. Doris F. Shaw, Sandoval, 1st, $65, 7 mos., J. M. Sandoval, Jr. 
Laura Shaw, Sandoval, 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

A. Mildred St. Louis, Regina, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Hatch. 
5. Mary E. Smith, Senorito, 1st, $60, 7 mos., P. Archibequc. 

15. Mary Valverde, Cabezon, 2nd, $75, 8 mos., J. T. Chaves. 

16. Lola Valdez, Placitas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., F. Aragon. 

l.S. Carolina Gonzales, Jemez, 2nd, $70, 7 mos., Felix Garcia. 

19. Mrs. Anna S. Chacon, Algodones, 2nd, $75, 10 mos., P. Griego. 
Corina Castillo, Al.godones, 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 

20. Mrs. Margaret Burt,. Cuba, 2nd, $75, 7 mos., Manuel Garcia. 
Emilia M. Valdez, Cuba, Per., $50, 7 mos. 

21. S. S. Lucero, Cabezon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. L. Domingues. 

24. Tillie Castillo, Domingo, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. Seligman. 

25. Refugito Bustamante, Cabezon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. E. Sando- 
val. 

29. Bessie Shields, Jemez Springs, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. B. Block. 

30. Fabiola Baca, Jemez, 3rd. $50, 7 mos., D. A. Sawtelle. 
31 Brigida Garcia, Jemez, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., P. J. Perea. 

32. Freda Guthman, La Jara, 1st, $60, 7 mos., D. Lovato. 
Zj IVaxedes Espinosa, Cuba, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., L. Cordova. 
40. Mrs. P. A. Lyans, Bland, Per., $50, 7 mos., G. Rinaldi. 
42. Miss U. S. Clark, Cuba, 1st, $60, 7 mos., D. V. McCoy. 

51. Sister M. Barnaba, Pena Blanca, 1st, $90, 10 mos., M. Baca. 
Sister M. Theodota, Pena Blanca, Per., $50, 10 mos. 

Sister M. Raphaela, Pena Blanca, 2nd, $75, 10 mos. 

52. Silviana Baca. Pena Blanca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., L. Gallegos. 
j\(.-inita Silva, Pena Blanca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

33. Leonor L. Phelan, Cabezon, 1st, $60, 7 mos., R. Garcia. 



' NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 59 

SANTA FE COUNTY. 

(j. V. Conway, Santa Fe, County Superintendent, salary, $1800.) 
(Santa Fe City Schools. See page 22.) 

1. Santiago Martinez, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose A. Lujan. 
Isabel Chavez, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

2. Luz Duran, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luis Noedle. 

3. Josie Lujan, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 9 mos., Beatriz Vigil. 

4. Manue' Lujan, Santa Fe, 2nd, $60, 9 mos., Celso Mont03'a. 

5. Liicinda Ortiz, Santa Fe, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Donaciano Romero. 

6. Frances D. Anaya, Santa Fe, 2nd, $60, 7 mos.. Jose Padilla. 
Belle M. Anaya, Santa Fe, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

7. Bessie Wisdom, Cerrillos, 1st, $100, 9 mos., Sabato Sagana. 
Ida Schimpff, Cerrillos, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Ethyl Thom])son, Cerrillos, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Madge Collatt, Cerrillos, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

8. Eleanor C. Almeida, Galisteo, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Jose N. Gonza- 
les. 

Jose Villanueva, Galisteo, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

9. Felipe Quintana, Ildefonzo, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Marcelino Royl)al. 
Mrs. F. L. Quintana. Ildefonzo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

10. Grace I'aylor, Stanley, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Nellie M. Hughes. 

11. Anna Ames, Golden, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., Frank Davis. 
Enriqueta De Agtero, Golden, 3rd., $50, 7 mos. 

12. Sarah Ackerman, Lamy, 1st, $80, 9 mos., J. M. Ackernian. 
15. Jose Ortiz y Ijaca, Lainy, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan G. R()ybal. 

Giorieta. 

14. Mrs. M. Dominguez, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Simon Romero. 
Candido Ortiz, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

15. Placicid Baca, Nambe, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Benigno Romero. 
Bertha Segura, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

16. Pedro Gonzales, Pojoaque, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose A. Royhal. 

17. Esth':!r I'DUard, San Pedro, 1st, $60, 9 mos., R. H. Axley 
Alildred King, San Pedro, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

18. E. S. Broadwell, Santa Cruz, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Ana.^tacio 
Macstas. 

Mrs. E. S. Broadwell, Santa Cruz, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 
\'cnceslao Serna, Santa Cruz, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 
Frances Lopez, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

19. Jula De Agaero, Lamy, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Patricio Garcia. 

20. Grctchen Dixoii. Chimayo, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Victor Ortc.qa. 
Frances Martinez, Chimayo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

21. Lee Akers, Hyer, 1st, $60, 7 mos., C. S. Dennison. 

22. Wm. J. Morgan, Otto, 2nd, $60, 9 mos., Hiram Pickett. 

23. Elvira Gonzales. Giorieta, 2nd, $60, 8 mos., Archie H. Bell. 



60 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

24. Mrs. Helen Gauze, Kennedy, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Hipolito Domin- 
guez. 

25. Jose D. Silva, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Frank G. Armijo. 

26. Sixto Garcia, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan M. Jimenez. 
Francisco Ortiz, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

27. Alda Anglin, Madrid, 1st, $85, 9 mos., L. J. Lloyd. 
Mrs. Mabel Huffman, Madrid, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

28. Ramon R. Quintana, Santa Cruz, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Miguel A. 
Maestas. 

Enrique Archuleta, Espanola, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

29. Ramon Gonzales, Ildefonzo, 2nd, $60, 8 mos., J. Amador Gon- 
zales. 

Esther Quintana, Ildefonzo, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

30. Louisa Alarid, Santa Fe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan Baca. 

3!. Ida Coleman, Hyer, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Grover Martin, Moriarty. 

32. Mrs. W. M. Hornsby, Moriarty, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., R. D. Hanks. 

33. Ruby Koibal, Nambe, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pedro Romero. 

34. W. H. Simmons, Venus, 1st, $60, 7 mos., W. A. William?. 
Annie B. Kitchings, Venus, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

35. Mary Napoleon, San Pedro, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Joseph Black. 

36. Pedro Trujillo, Chimayo, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Longino Vigil. 

37. Ruth Meltabarger, Otto, 3rd. $50, 7 mos., E. L. Williams. 

38. Simonita Gonzales, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luis A. Martinez. 
39 Elvira Williams, Glorieta, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luis A. Martir.ez. 

40. Eustacia Tapia, Santa Fe, 3rd,. $50, 7 mos., Vicente Ortiz. 

41. Grace E. Payne, Stanley, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Chas. Van Houten. 

42. Tillie Cortez, Santa Fe, 2nd., $60, 7 mos., F. E. Probst. 

SIERRA COUNTY. 

(F. I. Given, Hillsboro, County Superintendent, salary $1,400.) 

1. Mrs. Ida Beals, Lake Valley, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Wm. P. Keil. 

2. Roy Wiley, "Hillsboro, 1st, $100, 8 mos., Mrs. Caroline W. 
Bucher. 

Eva LTpchurch, Hillsboro, Life, $75, 8 mos. 
May Lou Swope, Hillsboro, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 
J. W. Campbell, Hillsboro, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

3 Robert Burns, Kingston, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Mrs. Cecilia Anderson. 

4 Eleanor Fries, Las Palomas, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Antonio Armijo. 
5. Mrs. B. N. Jones, Cuchillo, 1st, $75, 7 mos.. Max. Garcia. 
Estelle Long, Cuchillo, 3rd., $50, 7 mos. 

6 E. R. Bacchus, Hot Springs, 2nd, $75, 7 mos., Mrs. S. P. Johnson. 
Alice Bihl, Hot Springs, Per., $40, 7 mos. 

7. Mrs. J. C. Nave, Monticello, 2nd, $75, 7 mos., Celso Trujillo. 
Josephine Stauffer, Monticello, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

9. August Mayer, Hermosa, 1st, $75, 7 mos., T. A. Slater. 

10. Minnie Daniel, Fairview, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., V. G. Trujillo. 

11. Hazel Roilley, Chloride, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Chris. Olsen. 



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62 NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY. 

12- Nora Dill, Engle, 3rd, $60, 7 mos., N. S. Nye, Elephant Bulte. 

R. W. Brownlee, Elephant Butte, 2nd, $75, 7 mos. 

Leonore Thwaits, Elephant Butte, 1st, $8o, 8 1-2 mos. 

Maggie Bell, Elephant Butte, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

U. D. B. Morrill, Derry, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Octaviano Salcido. 

15. Julia Hill, Arrey, Ist^ $70, 7 mos., Raquel Candelaria. 

16. Mrs. Katherine Pritchett, Hillsboro, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Aaron 
Cliavez. 

18. Georgia Gilliam, Arrey, 1st, $60, 7 mos., C. W. Dawson. 

19. Clyde Crochett, Monticello, 1st, $65, 7 mos., George Birncr. 

20. Mary Metcalf, Cutter, 1st, $75, 8 mos., Mrs. Lee McLendoii. 

SOCORRO COUNTY. 

(Benjamin Sanchez, Socorro, County Superintendent,' salary, 
$1800). 

1. George Lougee, Superintendent County High School, 1st, $125, 
9 mos., Abran Abeyta. 

E. R. Greason (Miss), Instructor County High School, 1st, $75, 9 
mos. 

H. R. Park, Instructor County High School, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

B. G. Woodward, Principal City Schools, Socorro, 1st, $90, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Emma Hoge, Socorro, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. M. S. Kelley, Socorro, Life, $65, 9 mos. 

Ruby Griffith, Socorro, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Martin Lopez, Socorro, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Isabel Gage, Socorro, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

2. Myrie L. Brit, Quemado, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., Ramon Garcia. 

3. Willie L. Day, Polvadera, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., E. E. Chavez. 

4. B. B. Griego, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Clemente Armijo. 

5. Mrs. Hattie M. Dye, La Joya, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Meliton Barcla. 
Pedro Lopez, La Joya, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

6 E. M. Chavez, Lemitar, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., P. A. Vigil. 

Abran Gallegos, Lemitar, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

7. P. A. Marcellino, San Antonio. Life, $85, 9 mos., S. B. Ch.'ivcz. 

May Crawford, San Antonio, 2nd, $70, 9 mos. 

8 Lola M. Romero, San Marcial, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., Jesus Velarde. 

9. Fred B. Griego, San Marcial, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elfego Gabaidon. 

10. L. C. Mahanna, Alma, 1st, $85, 7 mos., Sarah Brener. 

11. Arnold Garlick, Kelly, 1st, $85, 7 mos., Ed. Lucero. 
Sani Lewis, Kelly, 2nd, $70, 7 mos. 

12. L. B. Baughman, Superintendent, Life, $125, 9 mos., H. L. 
Beagle. 

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Nora Trew, Magdalena, Life, $75, 9 mos. 

Gladys McV'ay, Magdalena, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Jessie Mikell, Magdalena, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Callie L. Beagle, Magdalena, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Bertha Speck, Magdalena, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

Louisa L. Gerard, Magdalena, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 

L\ Leslie H. Dumenil, San Marcial, 1st, $95, 9 mos., R. N. Ames. 

Mary McCurdy, San Marcial, Life, $75, 9 mos. 

Rita McDaniel, San Marcial, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Grace Emmons, San Marcial, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

14. Epigmenio Ramirez. San Marcial, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. Avelino 
S. Torres 

Ramon Barreras, San Marcial, 3rd, $45, 7 mos. 

15. Ruth Shaklette, Clyde, 1st, $75. 7 mos., Jose E. Guiterrez. 
lO. Amador Abeyta, Moorad, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pablo Carrillo. 
17. Damey Salever, Reserve, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., Emil Kiehne. 
IS. Franklin Myers, Reserve, 1st, $75, 7 mos., P. S. Higgins. 

19 Engle, J. H. Wood. 

20. A. R. Cordova, San Acacia, 3rd. $50, 8 mos., P. N. Chavez. 

21. M. A. Vigil, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 8 mos.. M. P. Baca. 

22. Rita Griego. Aragon, 1st, $85, 8 mos.. J. R. Milligan. 

23. S. B. Laseter, Datil, 1st, $80, 8 mos., L. V. Hamilton. 

2^1 David E. Baca, San Marcial. 3rd. $50, 8 mos., J. L. Rojo. 

25. Martin Lopez, Jr., San Antonio, 2nd, $70, 8 mos., V. \'. Tafoya. 

2b. Mary Harris, Aragon, 2nd., $70, 7 mos., Ed. Wheeler. 

27. Ciriaco Joiola, San Antonio, 3rd, $50, 9 mos.. D. Gonzales. 
Nat. B. Baca, San Antonio, 3rd, $50. 5 mos. 

28. Eloisa Montoya,, Polvadera, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Adrian Pino. 

29. Alvino Salas, La Joya, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., D. Carrillo. 

30. M. G. Sanchez, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Felipe Lopez. 

31. Isidor Jaramillo, Puertecito, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Amadeo Chavez. 

32. I. S. Sirmans, Quemado, 1st, $75, 7 mos., David Baca. 

33. Gertrude HoUeman, Salt Lake, Per., $50. 7 mos., J. J. Nunez. 

34. Mariano A. Gonzales, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. D. Carillo. 

35. Andres Abeyta, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 5 mos., A. A. Chavez. 

36. Avelino Lopez, La Joya, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., P. S. Contrera^. 

37. Thresa Foster, Luna, 1st, $80, 7 mos., C. B. Martin. 

38. Rafaelita Sais, Riley, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jesus Lopez. 

39. Eduardo Sanchez, Moorad, 2nd, $57.50, 7 mos., J. C. Sanchez. 

40. Ramon Baca, Socorro, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. Lopez. 

41. Airs. Cora R. Brown. Carthage, 1st. $85, 7 mos., Wm. R. 
Lockett. 

Luis C. Baca, Carthage, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

42. Ida Bigbee, Jackson, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Geo. York. 

43. Juan J. Montoya, Reserve, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. Barreras. 

44. Isidro Lopez, Bernardo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., B. Lopez. 

45. Juan C. Gonzales, Quemado, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. Chavez. 






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46. Gregorio Abeyta, Moorad, 2nd, $70, 7 mos., B. Sanchez. 
Marcelo Abeyta, Moorad, 3rd, $40, 7 mos. 

47. J. C. Gordy, Mogollon, 1st, $166.66, 9 mos., O. P. M. Dcmpsey. 
Lucie W. Gordy, Mogollon, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 

Emma Eschliman, Mogollon, 1st, $85, 9 mos. 
Louisa Doll, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Gladys Corbett, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mary Miles, Mogollon, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

48. Laura Brawley, Burley, 1st, $65, 7 mos., J. M. Sanchez. 

49. Cloyd Snobarger, Water Canyon, 2nd, $70, 7 mos., J. P. Kelly. 

50. Mrs. W. A. Graham, Rosedale, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. H. Rohh. 

51. P. B. Cordova, San Marcial, Per., $50, 3 mos. 
Delfino Gonzales, San Marcial, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., D. Baca. 

52. Ernest B. Wohlenberg), Carthage, 1st., $75, 7 mos.. Franz 
Schmidt. 

5J. Ella Cook, Jackson, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Geo. W. Rowe. 

54. Esteban Baca, Quemado, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Pedro Archuleta. 

TAOS COUNTY. 

(Jose Montaner, Taos, County Superintendent, salary, $13nO). 

1. Mrs. Emma W. Probert, Taos, 1st, $60, 7 mqs., Luis Wini>ert. 
Miss Lillian Parker, Taos, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

Miss Sophia Bourkee, Taos, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 
Timoteo Romero, Taos, 2nd, $62, 7 mos. 
Sister Sue Gartin, Taos, Life, $65, 9 mos. 
Sister Mary McGinnes, Taos, Life, $65, 7 mos. 

2. Cristobal Quintana, Taos, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., T. A. Trujilli), 
Ranches of Taos. 

3. J. R. Luna, Talpa, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Donaciano Romero. 
Ruth Smith, Talpa, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 

Tomasita Griego, Talpa, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

4. F. G. Santistevan, Taos, 3rd, $37.50, 7 mos., Samuel Quintana. 
F. E. Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $37.50, 7 mos. 

5 J. J. Vigil, Arroyo Seco, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Jose M. Medina. 
Filemon Sanchez, Arroyo Seco, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 
Jacob Mondragon, Arroyo Seco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

6. Fred Trujillo, Arroyo Hondo, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., J. L. M.ontlrat;(in, 
Mary Espinosa, Arroyo Hondo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

7. H. R. Wisehart. Questa, 2nd, $65, 9 mos., J. B. Cordova. 
Elvira Struck, Questa, 3rd, $50 7 mos. 

Fernando Meyer, Jr., Questa, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 
Esquipula Martinez, Questa, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

8. Perfecto Martinez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Nestor Lovato. 
Manuel Abeyta, Penasco, 3rd, $50 7 mos. 

9. Delfido Cordova, Chamisal 1st, $75, 7 mos.. Alejandro Cordova, 
lose I. Dominguez, Chamisal, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 






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"A TEACHERS' AGENCY THAT WORKS" 
LOCATION: 

New Mexico is centrally located among the states of 
the Southwest. Albuquerque is the largest city in the state 
and is naturally the commercial and educational cen'er of 
a large portion of the southwestern section of the United 
States. It is the seat of the State University, the largest 
[T. S. Indian School, the leading Business College and 
numerous private schools of high standing. In addition to 
excellent mail service the city has direct communication by 
telegraph and long distance telephone with practically every 
city and village in the Southwest. The manager of the Ex- 
change has been a resident of Albuquerque since 1905 and 
has an extensive acquaintance with school officers and edu- 
cators, which enables him to keep in close touch with the 
educational requirements and conditions of the Southwest- 
ern States, especially Arizona and New Mexico. 
TO EMPLOYERS: 

The old-style agency which merely notified teachers of 
vacancies, wasted the time of busy employers by flooding 
them with applications which they did not want. The Ex- 
change carefully collects definite and reliable information 
with reference to the character, training, personality, exper- 
ience and professional spirit of applicants as well as the 
special work for which they are best adapted and the extent 
of responsibility which they may safely assume. This infor- 
mation is presented in convenient form for your inspection. 

Employers are invited to forward by letter, telegram or 
long distance telephone such information of position to be 
filled as will enable us to file complete and confidential re- 
ports of applicants especially adapted to the work required. 
TO TEACHERS: 

Employers are demanding thoroughly trained and effi- 
cient educators. They also demand accurate and carefully 
collected information with reference to candidates. The pro- 
gressive school men and women who have made thorough 
preparation for their work, seek a wide range of opportun- 
ity. The result is that a well-conducted Educational Ex- 
cliange has a mission and performs an important function ir 
the practical business of finding the best opportunity for the 
teacher as well as that of finding the right teacher for the 
school. 

Early enrollments are desirable that all information may 
be on file ready for immediate use when the opportunity 
comes for giving you the best service. There are busy sea- 
sons but the Exchange places teachers every month in the 
year. 

Finding the Right Teacher for the Position and the 
Right Position for the Teacher is our Business. If the 
Present Adjustment is Not Right, You are invited to make 
your wants known. 



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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION WRITE 
J. R. McCollum, Manager 



ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 



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10. Teofilo Vigil, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Acorcino Cordova. 
Macario Sanchez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

11. Harriet Bowing, Cerro, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., E. D. Leon. 

12. Jose B. Martinez, Costilla, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Enrique Man- 
zanares. 

Matilde Des Georges, Costilla, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

13. Mary Winn, Ojo Ca.liente, 1st, $65, 7 mos., C. A. Hernandez. 
1-^. M. M. Pacheco, Pina, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Mrs. F. V. Santistevan. 

15. Miss Thelma O. Stephens, Tres Piedras, 1st, $75, 7 mos., 
Edwin B. Seward. 

16. J. B. Valdez, Penasco. 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan A. Romero. 

17. Eliseo Ortega, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Filomeno Cruz. 

18. Antonio Martinez, Valdez, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Manuel Espinosa. 

19. A. B. Suazo, Ranches of Taos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luciano Vigv.l. 

20. Dr. Marian E. Kyle, Ranches of Taos, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Tomas 
A. Rivera. 

Sadie LeShirley, Ranches of Taos, 1st, $65, 7 mos. 
Carmen Gomez, Ranches of Taos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 
Tomas P. Martinez, Ranches of Taos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

21. Juan E. Medina, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jose G. F. Casais. 

22. Pablo Quintana, Taos, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Luciano Gardenes. 
Refugio Sandoval, Taos, 3rd, $50, 6 mos. 

23. Jacob Mondragon, Trampas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Alerced Mar- 
tine:^. 

24. Bernice Berry, Penasco, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Fidel Griego. 
Emilia Martinez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

25. Anna Reisinger, Red River, 2nd, $75, 9 mos., R. W. Penn. 

26. Mrs. A. O. Garcia, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Macedonio 
Sanchez. 

11 . Omi Bolander, Costilla, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., Tomas Cage, Cerro, 
N. M. 

28. J. M. Lovato, Pina. 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Clodoveo de Herrera. 

29. Celso Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Luis Maestas. 

30. Chas. D. Horner, Penasco, 1st, $80, 9 mos., David Martinez. 
Delphina Roybal, Penasco. 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

31. C. C. Trujillo, Costilla, 2nd. $50. 7 mos.. Juan R. Santistevan. 
Tranq. Manchego, Costilla, 2nd, $50. 7 mos. 

'hi. Sam. P. Martinez, Taos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Feliberto Garcia. 

oZ. Archie L. Bolander, Carson, 2nd. $65, 7 mos., J. U. Rogers. 

34. Mrs. C. E. Hulbert, Arroyo Seco, 1st, $55, 7 mos., R. S. Jeph- 
son. 

35. Fred Gonzales. Cerro, 2nd $65, 7 mos.. Nicolas Salazar. 
G. B- Gallegos. Cerro, 3rd. $50, 7 mos. 

36. Mardoqueo Martinez, .^rroyo Hondo, 3rd, $50. 7 mos.. Jose 
D. Alire. 

Zl. Mrs. Anita T. Martinez. .A.rroyo Seco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Lui.'; 
Martinez. 



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38. Mrs. Emma Martinez, PIna, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan R. Arellano. 

39. Mrs. A. McGoM^an, Taos, 1st, $65, 7 mos., Vidal Montoya. ■ 
Timotj^ C. Luna, Taos, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

40. Yictoriano Sanchez, Penasco, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Elisandro 
Sanchez. 

TORRANCE COUNTY. 

(Chas. L. Burt, Mountainair, County Superintendent, salary,' 
$1500). 

i. Hebe Whitman, Tajique, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Aurelio Otero. 

2. Solomon Archuleta, Torreon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Salvador Cliavez. 
Juan Castillo, Torreon, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

Pedro Zamora, Torreon, Per., $45, 7 mos. 

3. C. M. Quintana, Manzano, 2nd, $60. 8 mos., Sebero Per.a. 
Mrs. Maud Pena, Manzano, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

4. Maud Graham, Eastview, 1st, $75, 7 mos., R. J. Chavez. 
Gladys Brunner, Eastview, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

5. J. C. Romero, Punta, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. Rej^es S. de Romero, 
Manzano. 

6. J. I Ferguson, Willard, Ist, $100, 8 mos., John L. Lobb. 
Mrs. J. I. Ferguson, Willard, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

Marie Espinosa, Willard, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

Mrs. Maud Patterson, Willard, 1st, $85, 8 mos. 

7. A. A. Kitchings, Estancia, 1st, $100, 9 mos., S. E. Kemp. 
Fleeta Kitchings, Estancia, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Blanche Parrett, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Mrs. Pearl Richards, Estancia, 2nd, $60, 8 mos. 

8. Pearl Clymer, Moriarty,- 1st, $70, 9 mos., A. M. Shockey. 
Myra Clymer, Moriarty, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

9. Tabita Sanchez, Palma, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Miguel Archibcquc. 

10. Lulu Brigman, Duran, Life, $90, 8 mos., Marquez Costilla. 
A. M. Flowers, Duran, 1st, $75, 8 mos. 

Aloises Sanchez, Duran, 2nd, $75, 8 mos. 

Mrs. Louisa U. Sanchez, Duran, 2nd, $75, 9 mos. 

11. D. N. Baca, Pinos Wells, 3rd, $.^0, 7 mos.. Mrs. R. S. Garcia. 

12. Mrs. H. S. Torrance, Mcintosh. 1st, $85, 9 mos., J. A. Brittain. 
L. A. Rousseau, Mcintosh, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

13. H. B. Scott, Mountainair, Life, $90, 9 mos., Mrs, H. L. Hannon. 
Mrs. J, E. Veal. Mountamair, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Alice Hoyland, Mountainair, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

11, Mrs. Stella B. Palmer, Estancia, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Ben Young. 
1.5. Mrs. L. B. Jackson, Mountainair, 1st, $50, 7 mos.. E. C. 
Sharpless. 

If.. Amelia Del Curto, Encino, 1st, $75, 9 mos., R. A. Archuleta. 

17. Flossy Bigbee, Estancia, 1st. $60, 7 mos., C. H. Melbourne. 

18. Mr.s. Eva Corbett, Estancia, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., W. C. Grant. 






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19. Mildred Webb, Moriarty, 1st, $60„ 7 mos., O. K. Knight. 

20. W. F. Irvin, Corona, 1st, $85, 9 mos., G. T. Jones. 

21. Edna McHan, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., D. D. Smith. 

22. Myrtle McDonald, Estancia, 1st, $50, 7 mos., S. W. Hodgson. 

23. Chas. Daniels, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Francisco Ara- 
gon, Manzano. 

24. Mrs. Ora Conwell, Estancia, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., W. H. Crawford. 

25. Ira L. Ludwick, Estancia. 1st, $75, 7 mos., W. L. Garland. 

26. Jennie McKinley, Willard, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. E. B. Greg- 
ory. 

27. Mrs. Van W. Lane, Estancia, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Van W. Lane. 

28. Mrs. D. W. Joiner, Lucy, 2nd, $65, 8 mos., E. A. Mattingly. 

29. Eloyde Neel, Moriarty, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., W. M. Neel. 

30. J. C. Webb, Moriarty, 1st, $90, 7 mos., R. N. Dannevik. 
32. J. J. Contreras, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Juan Serna. 

34. Mabel Sellers, Mountainair, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. O. Coffey. 

35. W. K. Twyeffort, Cedarvale, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., R. F. Taylor. 
27. Fairy Winett, Mountainair, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., John Cummin- 
ford, 

38. J. V/. Campbell, Mountainair, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., A. R. Dressier. 

39. Vina H. Furman, Mountainair, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Jose M. 
Torres, Willard. 

40. Virgie Block, Estancia, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. G. S. Kellogg. 
Mcintosh. 

41. Mrs. Mary E. Kayser, Progress©, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Federico 
Velasquez. 

42. E. D. Armijo, Encino, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Moises Apodaca. 

43. Annie C. Murphy, Negra, 1st, $75, 7 mos., L. P. Watters. 

44. M. A. Otero, Manzano, Per., $50, 7 mos., Flavio Martinez, 
Tcrreon. 

45. Mamie McKinley, Progresso, 7 mos., S. E. DeVaney. 

UNION COUNTY. 

(H. H. Errett, Clayton, County Superintendent, salary, $^.800). 

1. J. W. Thompson, Prin., Clayton, 1st, $150, 9 mos., Mrs. Laverne 
Brown. 

Opal Slater, Clayton, Life, $85, 9 mos. 

G. M. Smith, Clayton, 1st, $100, 9 mos. 

Go! die Spring, Clayton, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Mrs. J. Howard, Clayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Vida McArthur, Clayton, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Fair Hutchens, Clayton, Life, $60, 9 mos. 

Jamie Lee Cox, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Etta May Leavell, Clayton, 1st, $70, 9 mos. 

Nan J. Morgan, Clayton, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

J. F. Cunningham, Clayton, 1st, $60, 9 mos. ] 



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2. F. A. Clark, Guy, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. B. Gripe. ', 

S. Rita Ryan, Folsom, 1st, $100, 9 mos., W. R. Giiycr. ', 

Cornelia Eggielston, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. ', 

Elizabeth Burton, Folsom, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Marguerite McGarvey, Folsom, Life, $75, 9 mos. 
Roy Green, Folsom, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 
Barbarita Garcia, Emery Gap, 2nd, $60, 7 mos. 

4. E. Dow Cartwright, Staunton, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Ruti.mio 
Romero. 

5. Benjamin Garcia, Pasamonte, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Fructuoso 
Garcia. 

Lydia Wenz, Pasamonte, Per., $50, 7 mos. 

6. Mrs. J. A. Romero, Beenham, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Francisco Miera. 

7. Frances Harrison, Clapham, 1st, $50, 7 mos., P. Gonzales. 

8. C. M. Walker, Cone, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., M. A. Vigil. 

9. Henrietta Philipsen, DeHavcn, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., D. C. TraislcM-. 

10. David Ledoux, Albert, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., A. E. Chavez. 

11. Alberto Sandoval, Gallegos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Rosendo Fucnu-s. 

12. Eliza Baca, Gallegos, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., E. F. Gallegos. 
L\ J. W. Pratt, Logan, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., J. J. Hyder. 

14. Mrs. A. Wooten, Moses, 1st, $50, 7 mos., Delfin Espinosa. 
Virginia Espinosa, Moses, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

15. Carrie Higbee, Mosquero, 1st, $70, 7 mos., Renj. F. Brown. 
I'^thel Johann, Mosquero, 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

Mrs. Anna Guilmette, Mosquero, 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 

16. Epifanio Garcia, Reyes, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Candelario Vigil. 

17. Lennie Laster, Barney, 2nd. $45, 7 mos., Mrs. J. B. Fernandez. 
Myrtle Jennings, Barney, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

■ IS. Anna Thomas, Kenton, Okla., 2nd, $55, 7 mos., R. W. Wag.nrr. 
Ina Giles, Kenton, Okla., 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 
l'-\ A. J. Leyba, Moses, Per., $50, 7 mos., J. Rodriguez. 

20. M. Jenkins, Centerville, 2nd, $5,5,. 7 mos., Mrs. E. Forkcr. 
I'.dna Roberts, Centerville, 2nd, $40,' 7 mos. 

21. Mrs. E. A. Page, Bueyeros, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Nicholas Ortiz. 

22. R. L. Krigbaum, Prin., Des Moines, Life, $100, 9 mos., J. N. 
Eastwood. 

Raymoiul Huff, Des Moines, Prof., $75, 9 mos. 

lUissic Montgomery,. Des Moines, 2nd, $75, 9 mos.- 

e'lciuentine Ivie, De'^ Moines, 1st, $80, 9 mos. 

Mr.x Lcmoine Prestan, Des, Moines, 1st, :$7S, 9 mos. 

Ora E. Jones, Grande, 2nd, $45, 7 mos. 

2.1. K Jean Scott, Corrumpa, 2nd. $50, 7 mos., E. D. Wi.ght. 

21. Mrs. S. F. Grossaint. David, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., T. Salazar, 

2r. Katie £)ay, Holland, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Knox. 

2(1. J. T. Moorehead.. Hayden, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., H. G. Magruder. 

27. P.ortha Kerr, Hayden, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Crane. 

2,S. Laura Sclvy. Konton, Okla., 1st, $55, 7 mos., T. (iilos. 



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2f). Goldie Troup, Solano, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., D. M. Valdez. 

30. Margaret E. Mann, Amistad, 1st, $60, 7 mos.. Otto E. Long. 

3). Mary A. Rucker, Amistad, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Ferman Wadell. 
Mary L. Hardin, Amistad, 1st, $60, 7 mos. 

32. Mrs. Maude Miller, Seneca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., O. E. Talbot. 

33. Omer Mandeville, Amistad, 1st, $55, 7 mos.. August Veith. 

34. P. T. Smith, Centerville, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., W. W. Duke. 

3f Mrs. Nelle Hauser, Rosebud, 1st, $65, 7 mos., J. A. Moycr. 

36. D. C. Clark, Seneca, 3rd, $50. 7 mos., O. A. Rinker. 
VV. A. James, Seneca, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

37. Kate Hamm, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., G. W. Marney. 

38. Bettie Brooks, Vance, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., G. L. Pile. 

39. Minnie Bowen, Thomas, 1st. $55, 7 mos., Dr. H. M. Becker. 

40. Mrs. Sallie Reeves, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., A. J. Means. Jr. 

41. Loyd Ferguson, Clayton, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Jas. S. Street. 

42. Fannie Giles, Seneca, 2nd, $60, 7 mos., C. L. Labenski. 

43. Luella Thomason, Thomas, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. C. Kerley. 

44. Mrs. N. O. Hannaman, Clayton, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., D. O. Waters. 

45. Beulah McNeel, Thomas, 1st. $55, 7 mos., A. J. Stephenson. 
Jewell Stephenson, Thomas, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

46. M. L. Thomason, Thomas, 2nd, $52.50, 7 mos., D. Y. Sowers. 

47. John Hotchkiss, Dedman. 2nd, $55, 7 mos., J. M. Moss. 
June Moody, Dedman, 1st, $55, 7 mos. 

48. D. W. Dines, Pasamonte, 1st, $60, 7 mos., C. C. Ellis. 

49. R. L. Whitaker, Harrington, 1st, $50, 7 mos., W. A. Jameson. 

50. E. L. Stevens, Sedan, 2nd, $65 5-9, 7 mos.. A. B. Christenson. 
Mrs. E. L. Stevens, Sedan, 2nd, $55 1-4, 7 mos. 

51. James McArthur, Clayton, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., A. E. Snyder. 

52. Mrs. Clyde Dodson, Clayton, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., R. Needier. 

53. Nora Council, Amistad, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Charles Kalm. 
5-1. Tma Hardgrave, Guy, 1st, $55, 7 mos., Mrs. H. I. Carpenter. 

55. Mrs. C. Moore, Clayton, 1st, $50, 7 mos., R. G. Cox. 

56. Ethel Cunningham, Cuates, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., W. F. Kendrick. 
Dora Cornitt, Cuates, 2nd, $50, 7 mos. 

57. John H. Kerr, Cuates, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Morris. 
5S. W .W. Coulson, Clayton, 1st, $55, 7 mos., E. C. Smith. 

50. W. G. McDaniel, Mosquero, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. U. Tobler. 

60. Mrs. Bessie Bywater, Clayton, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Levi Horn. 

61. Mrs. Ruby Kost, Patterson, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. E. Scott. 

62. Mr. T. Romero, Reyes, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Frank G. Casados. 

63. Delurdes Naranjo, Logan, Per., $50, 7 mos., Eduardo Armijo. 

64. Nora McClellan, Hayden, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Bert Harwood. 

65. Beulah Findley, Grenville, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., J. V. Codgill. 
Mabel Coulson, Grenville, 1st, $50, 7 mos. 

66. I. H. Hornsby, Solano, 2nd, $55, 7 mos., Jose V. Martinez. 

67. Clydes Carroll, Willow Springs, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., Mrs. Meda 
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6S. Magdalena Lujan, Mexhoma, Okla., 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jacobo 
Pacheco. 

69. Daisy. Pinson, Smith, 1st, $50, 7 mos., T. J. Roberson. 

70. John Shirley, Clayton, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., V. B. Card. 

71. Cora Gilliam, Grandview, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., O. W. Johnson. 

72. Ada Walker, Cone, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Wm. Martyn. 

73. C. C. Sitze, Corrumpa, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., A. J. Sweaza. 

74. Elsie Myers, Mt. Dora, 1st, $70, 9 mos., J. H. Kilburn. 
Marcia Dean, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 

Mrs. H. C. Rose, Mt. Dora, 2nd, $47, 7 mos. 

75. M. A. Scott, Sampson, 1st, $50, 7 mos., W. B. VanCleave. 

76. Mrs. Rose H. Jungbluth, Grenville, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. H. 
Adams. 

n. Delila Burton, Bryantine, 3rd, $50, 7 mos.. D. S. Weeks. 

78. Irma Shelton, Dedman, 1st, $50, 7 mos., H. J. Farr. 
W. E. McNown, Dedman, 1st, $70 6-10, 7 mos. 

Mrs. W. G. Pinson. Dedman, 1st. $50, 7 mos. 

79. C. L. Watson. Des Moines, 1st., $60, 7 mos., L. H. Berry. 

80. Maxine Bryson, Des Moines, 2nd., $55. 7 mos.. Glenn Green. 

81. Lysle Bradley, Mosquero 2nd., $50, 7 mos., Ray Driskill. 

82. Marie Myers, Grenville, 1st., $75, 9 mos., L. Urton. 
Mrs. -Lou Chelf, Grenville, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

84. Theo. Rodgers, Pennington, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., James Corbin. 

85. Margaret Harrison, Clapham, 1st, $50, 7 mos., J. H. Garlock. 

86. H. Gallon, Des Moines. 2nd., $50, 7 mos., I. C. Huff. 

87. Zoa Bonnett, Des Moines, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., C. G. Brooks. 

88. Edna Haug, Vance, 3rd., $50, 7 mos., J. M. Haug. 

89. Maud Stone, Pasamonte, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., J. L. Brovv^n. 

90. Tina Boone Scott, Des Moines, 2nd, $50, 7 mos., G. W. Lesley. 

91. Mrs. I. J. West, Des Moines, 2nd., $50, 7 mos., B. F. Notting- 
ham. 

92. Arthur Neve, Staunton, 2nd, $55, 8 mos., J. H. Terry. 

93. Maggie Beckner, Clayton, 3rd, $40, 7 mos., E. M. Hott. 

94. R. Walker, Cone, 3rd., ,$45. 7 mos., Francisco C. de Baca. 

VALENCIA COUNTY. 

(Saturnine Baca, Belen, County Superintendent, salary $1,800.) 

1. Amelia Raff, Los Lunas, 1st, $85, 9 mos., Boleslo Romero. 
Ethel Tyler, Los Lunas, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 

Alicia Sanchez, Los Lunas, 2nd., $55, 9 mos. 

Lorena Wells, Rio Puerco via Laguna, 2nd, $55, 8 mos. 

2. W. Melvin Fox, Belen, 1st, $133, 9 mos., D. L. Romero. j 
Rachel Smith, Belen, Life, $133, 9 mos. 

Henrietta Hardbordt, Belen, 1st, , 9 mos 

Augusta Durant, Belen. 1st, $80, 9 mos. 
E. Ruth Ziegler. Belen. 1st, $85, 9 mos. 



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Mrs. Marie A. E. Fox, Belen, 1st, $75, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Florence Mack, Belen, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 

Sarah G. Tooker, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. ' 

Olive J. Bashford, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Louise F. Trahey, Belen, 1st, $60, 9 mos. 
Sarah Baca, Belen, 2nd, $60, 9 mos. 
Manuel Sanchez, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 
Isabel Perea, Belen, 2nd., $50, 9 mos. 

3. Mrs. A. E. Von B. Fatjo, Jarales, 1st, $75, 9 mos., J. D. Cor- 
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Manuel Trujillo, Jarales, 1st, $65, 9 mos. 
Mrs. Lucy Lies, Jarales, 1st, $50, 8 mos. 

5. Carrie B. Armstrong, Cubero, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Epimeiiio Jara- 
niillo. 

Crisanta Duran, Cubero, 3rd., $50, 9 mos. 

6. Luis Zamora, Seboyeta, 3rd, $50, 8 mos., Fermin Marqucz. 

7. Lucas Gallegos, Marquez, 2nd, $67,, 7 mos., Pedro Baca. 

8. Noverto Padilla, San Mateo, 2nd, $75, 9 mos., Nazario San- 
doval. 

9. Jose de Jesus Lopez, Los Lunas, Life, $75, 9 mos., A. F. Aguirre. 
Annie Tondre, Los Lunas, 3rd, $40, 5 mos. 

10. Freda Stripe, Peralta, 1st, $70, 8 mos., Aniceto Toledo. 
Frank Sanchez. Peralta, 2nd., $60, 8 mos. 

11. Lumina Chaves, Los Lunas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Abel Vigil. 
Amadeo Aragon, Los Lunas, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

12. Adelino Sanchez, Adelino, 1st, $85, 9 mos., Mateo Gabaldon. 
J. R. S. Sanchez, Adelino, 2nd, $65, 9 mos. 

Manuel A. Baca, Adelino, 3rd, $45, 7 mos. 

13. Herman G. Baca, Belen, 1st, $80 9 mos., Aurelio Siaz. 
Fh^ra Chaves, 3rd, $50, 8 mos. 

16. Jos F. Nielson, Bkiwater, 1st, $80, 9 mos., E. H. Dewey. 
Mrs. Deborah Nielson, Bluewater, 1st. $80, 9 mos., E. H. Dewey. 

17. Benerada Otero, San Rafael. 2nd, $70 9 mos., Telesforo Miru- 
Barbarita Montoya, San Rafael, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Margarita Otero, San Rafael, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

18. Lulu Krick,, Bibo, 1st, $60, 7 mos., Florencio Padilla. 
Mercedes Chaves, Bibo, 3rd, $50, 9 mos. 

Tillie Chaves, Bibo, 3rd, $50, 7 mos. 

19. Elsye Hoelz, Laguna, 1st, $75, 9 mos., Gus Weiss. 

20. Nicanor C. Romero, Ballejos, 3rd. $50. 8 mos., Doitaciano 
Pino. 

22. Mrs. Letha Nash, Peralta, 1st, $80, 9 mos., Guillermo Orona. 
2ci. Lena Harding, Grants, 2nd.. $65, 9 mos., Adolfo Blea. 
24. Pablo Garcia. Atarque, 3rd. $50, 9 mos., Rafael Chaves. 
27. Mrs. Alary M. Gurule, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos., Bartolo Gabal- 
don. 

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28. Alberto Sanchez, Belen, 3rd, $50, 7 mos., Jesus M. Chaves. 
Grace H. Manley, Belen, 3rd, $50, 5 mos. 

29. Charles H. Gooch, Tome, 2nd, $65, 7 mos., Jose Chavira. 
M. M. Salazar, Tome, 2nd, $55, 7 mos. 

30. E. C. McLaughlin, Sawyer, 1st, $75, 7 mos., Buck Moore. 

C\^. Fred Baca, Belen, 3rd, $50, 9 mos., Felipe S. Castillo, Jarales. 

SECTARIAN AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS. 

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St. Vincent's Academy, Sisters of Charity, Albuquerque ; 
Immaculate Conception Parochial School, Rev. A. M. Man- 
dalari, S. J. Pastor, Albuquerque, 6th, bet. Copper and Tijeras ; Sacred 
Heart Parochial School, Rev. J. Artheis, S. J. Albuquerque, bet. 4th 
St. and Stover Ave.; St. Phillip's Neri, Parochial School, Rev. P. 
Tomasini, S. J., Old Albuquerque; Loretto Indian School, Sisters of 
Loretto, Bernalillo; Parochial, Sisters of Loretto, Clayton; Parochial, 
Sisters of Loretto, Folsom; Loretto Academy, Sisters of Loretto, Las 
Cruces ; Immaculate Conception Academy, Las Vegas ; De La Salle 
Institute, Christian Brothers, Las Vegas; Loretto Convent, Sisters of 
Loretto, Mora; Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe, Sisters of St. Francis, 
Pena Blanca; St. Peter's Catholic, Sisters of St. Francis, Roswell ; 
Sisters of Loretto, Roswell; Mount Carmel, Sisters of Loretto, So- 
corro ; Loretto Academy, Sisters of Loretto, Santa Fe. ; St. Frances 
School, Sisters of Loretto, Santa Fe ; St. Michael's College, Christian 
Brothers, Santa Fe ; St. Catherine's Indian School, Santa Fe ; St. Vin- 
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El Rito School, Chacon: Ltiella E. Rolofson, Principal; Sara J. 
Reed. 

Embudo Plaza School, Dixon: E. Josephine Orton, Principal; 
Mrs. M. M. Burkett. 

Allison-James School, Santa Fe : Olinda A. A'leeker, Principal; 
Gladys Nelson, Carrie A. Rigg, Blanch B. Vanderlip, Mary Ellen Wil- 
son, Nannie P. Beers, Emma Brown, Emmie L. Darby, Mrs. Mary P. 
Morehead, Cophia Ostermeier, Catherine S. Meeker. 

Pyle Memorial School, Taos : Florence A. Redway, Principal ; 
Maude E. Curtis, Victoria MacArthur. 

El Prado de Taos, Taos : Elizabeth W. Craig. 

Trementina: Alice A. Blake, Principal; Ruth E. Roach. 

Truchas : Marian D. Dutton, Principal; Rebecca C. Moore. 

TEACHERS IN CONGREGATIONAL MISSION SCHOOLS. 

(Josiah H. Heald, D. D., Albuquerque, Superintendent.) 

Rio Grande Industrial, Albuquerque: A. .C. Heyman, Principal; 
Lillie Schroeder. Vera McReynolds, Dorothea Schloh, Mary E. Bun- 
ker, Ralph E. Gibson, G. E. Niemyer, Albert W. Pegau, Mrs. Harriet 
Dunne. 

Cubero : Mrs. L. A. Collins, Principal ; Miss Laura W. Collins. 
' Los Ranchos de Atrisco : Eloise Bartlett, Principal; Matilde Can- 
(lelaria. 

Marquez: Margaret W. DeBusk, Principal; Meda Walden. 

San Mateo: Olive G. Gibson, Principal; Isabel Gibson. 

San Rafael: Ida L. Frost, Principal; Jennie Nichols. 

Seboyeta: Mrs. Louise C. Cecil, Principal; Mrs. Mary E. Bobo. 

TEACHERS IN METHODIST SCHOOLS. 

Albuquerque College, Albuquerque: Rev. H. A. Bassett, D. D.. 
President ; Mrs. H. A. Bassett, Guy Heslet. 

Harw-ood Industrial School, Albuquerque : Mary J. Pittard Sup- 
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sewing teacher; Velma Corley, Domestic Science teacher. 

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Hickson, Matron; Elizabeth J. Mahaffey, Laundress; George M. Bar- 
ton, Carpenter, Alfred W. Skinner, Blacksmith and Wheelright ; Vicen- 
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Perez, Shoemaker; Rush Roberts, Laborer; Eulogio Cata, Laborer; 
W. Kirkpatrick, Painter. , 

Employes of the Pueblo Agency and Day Schools. 

(Philip T. Lonergan, Albuquerque, Superintendent.) 

Earnest H. Hammond, Albuquerque, School Inspector; Walter L. 
Bolander (Picuris Pueblo), Teacher, Penasco; Hattie O. Bolander 
(Picuris Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Penasco; Alice G. Dwire (Taos Pue- 
blo), Teacher, Taos; Nellie N. Peery (Taos Pueblo), Teacher, Taos; 
Elsie Dwire (Taos Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Taos; Lucy I. Balfe (San 
Ildefonso Pueblo), Teacher, Buckman; Manuela Gonzales (San Ilde- 
fonso Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Buckman; Mrs. Henry H. Kramer (San 
Juan Pueblo), Teacher, Chamita ; Ruth Ferguson (San Juan Pueblo). 
Teacher, Chamita; Emilia Archuleta (San Juan Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, 
Chamita; Mrs. Luella S. Gallup (Santa Clara Pueblo), Teacher, Espa- 
nola ; Seera Guiterrez (Santa Clara Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Espanola ; 
Mrs. Nettie Cook (Cochiti Pueblo), Teacher. Pena Blanca; Dominga 
Artiz (Cochiti Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Pena Blanca; Mary E. Dissette 
(Santo Domingo Pueblo), Teacher, Domingo; Daisy Thomas (Santo 
Domingx) Pueblo), Teacher, Domingo; Teresa Howacum (Santo Do- 
niingo Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Domingo; Fannie J. Dennis (San Felipe 
Pueblo), Teacher, Algodones; Harvey Townsend (San Felipe Pueblo), 
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Benjamin S. Bothwell (Zia Pueblo), Teacher, Sandoval; Florence S. 
Bothwell, (Zia Pueblo), Ind. Teacher, Sandoval; Mrs. Mary Fennell 
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Teachers of Agriculture and Farming. 

Robert S. Conroy, San Juan Pueblo, Chamita; Robert B. Ander- 
son, Santa Clara Pueblo, Espanola; Lincoln H. Mitchell, Cochiti 
Pueblo, Pena Blanca; Louis R. McDonald, Jemez Pueblo Jemez; Juan 
A. Chaves, San Felipe Pueblo, Algodones; Robert W. Cassady, La- 
guan ; Peter A. Slattery, M. D., Acoma Pueblo, Acomita. 
Jones, Acoma Pueblo, Acomita. 

Teachers of Hygiiene and Domestic Science for Adults (Field 

Matrons) 

Sara Jeffries, San Pueblo, Chamita; Edna May Brock (Mrs.), 
Jemez Pueblo, Jemez; Sarah Chapin, Cochiti Pueblo, Pena Blanca; 
Mrs. Josephine H. Babbitt, San Felipe Pueblo, Algodones; Ayche Sar- 
racino, Isleta Pueblo, Isleta; Sawatti Toribio, Paguate Pueblo, La- 
guna; Mrs. Mabel E. Brown, Santa Ana Pueblo, Bernalillo. 

Physicians 

• D. Wight Allison, M. D., Taos Pueblo, Taos; Russell D. Holt, M. 
D., Santa Clara Pueblo, Espanola; Charles LeRoy Brock, M. D., Je- 
mez Pueblo, Jemez; William B. Morrow, M. D., Laguna Pueblo, La- 
guna; Refer A. Slattery, M. D., Acoma Pueblo, Acomita. 

Employes at Sanatorium for Tubercular Indians, Laguna, N. Mex. 

Frances LaChapa, Nurse; Ramona Palsano, Laundress; Susie 
Analla, Cook. 

Office Force at Headquarters in Albuquerque 

Sue O. Smith, Chief Clerk; Philip J. Hubbell, Clerk; John A. 
Myers, Clerk; Andres Moya. 

In addition to the above there are 9 policemen, 4 laborers and 8 
judges. 

JICARILLA AGENCY (Dulce, N. M.) 

Paul A. Walter, Principal; Etta J. Camp, Matron; Edna A. Rea- 
gan, Seamstress; Charlotte S. Stagen, Nurse; Ellen E. Sexton, Teach- 
er of Housekeeping; Albert F. Rill, Engineer; Iginacio Martinez, La- 
borer; Josephine R. Walter, Teacher; (Vacant), Teacher; Carrie Mc- 
Cormick, Laundress; Mollie L. LeMieux, Cook; Minnie Brown, Asst. 
Matron; Michael M. LeMieux, Industrial Teacher. 

SAN JUAN SCHOOL (Shlprock, N. M.) 

W. T. Shelton( Superintendent, Shiprock; Emma Loomis, Ship- 
rock; Thomas M. English, Shiprock; Cleo List, Shiprock; William L. 
Johnson, Crozier, N. M. 

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MESCALERO INDIAN AGENCY (Mescalero, N. M.) 

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A. J. Bauman, Superintendent Boarding School, Blackrock, N. M.: 
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Ida M. Steele. 

NEW MEXICO EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION. 

(The 1916 meeting will be held at Santa Fc at dates to be fixed 
l)y the Executive Committee.) 

Officers 

President— John Milne, Albuquerque. 

Vice-President— W. E. Carroon, Clovis. 

Secretary— J. H. Wagner, Santa Fe. 

Treasurer — Chas. L. Burt, Mountainair. 

Railroad Secretary and Manager— R. R. Larkin, E. Las Vegas. 

Local Secretary and Manager— (To be appointed.) 

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van N. White, Santa Fe ; J. B. Taylor, Deming. (Term expires 1916) ; 
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City. (Term expires 1918). 

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Members to 1916— Supt. Atanasio Montoya, Albuquerque; Supt. 
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Members to 1917— Supt. W. A. Poore, Carlsbad; Professor J. H. 
N^iughan, State College; Mrs. Josie Lockard, Raton. 

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for three years covered by their certificates before they can secure 
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they cannot secure another third grade certificate. For all teachers, 
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Normal University, E. Las Vegas, Librarian, Prof. Van Horn. 
Normal School, Silver City, Librarian, Miss Lottie Hodges. 
School of American Archaeology, Santa Fe, Librarian, Mrs. 
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A. & M. College, State College, Librarian, Miss Floy Edna French. 
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East Las Vegas, Librarian, Miss Elizabeth Cooley. 
Estancia, Librarian, Miss Emma Parrett. 
Raton, Librarian, Miss Myrtle M. Cole. 
Roswell, Librarian, Mrs. E. H. Skipwith. 
Santa Fe, Librarian, Miss Nannie Simmons. 
Tucumcari Public School Library, Miss Monette Sandusky. 
Artesia, Club President Mrs. R. L. Skeen. 
Deming, Club President, Mrs. J. G. Moir. 
Espanola, Club President, Mrs. H. L. Pollard. 
Moriarty, Club President, Mrs. Edith Baldwin. 
Springier, Club President, Mrs. Leila M. Taylor. 
Tularosa, Club President, Mrs. J. M. Blazer. 

Carlsbad, in charge of a committee: Miss Jennie Pratt, Mrs. I. S. 
Osborne, Mrs. J. N. Cunningham. 

DIRECTORY OF WOMEN'S CLUBS. 

The State Federation of Women's Clubs includes the forty-five 
clubs given below. The president of the State Federation is Mrs. 
Rupert F. Asplund, Santa Fe ; the corresponding secretary is Mrs. 
F. W. Parker, Santa Fe. 

(The following information gives name of Club, number of mem- 
bers in parentheses and name of the president of the Club.) 

Albuquerque — 

Fortnightly Music Club (40), Mrs. E. L. Bradford. 
Tuesday Literary Club (25), Mrs. A. B. McMillen. 
Woman's Club (175), Mrs. Margaret Medler. 

Anthony — 

Crescent Club (9), Mrs. P. Coleman, 

Artesia — 

Woman's Club (26), Mrs. Ruth L. Skeen. 

Carlsbad — ^ 

Woman's Club (17), Mrs. Sarah E. Snow. 

Clayton — 

Woman's Club (10), Mrs. C. W. Barnhart. 

Clovis — 

Woman's Club (16), Mrs. W. E. Carroon. 

Deming — 

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Dexter — 

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Mothers' Club (15), Mrs. H. Crist. 

Espanola — 

Woman's Club (18), Mrs. H. L. Pollard. 

Estancia — 

Philomathian (20), Mrs. Fred T. Ayers. 

Gallup — 

Woman's Club (25), Mrs. Ida Evans. 

Hatch- 
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La Union — 

The Aladdin Club (40), Mrs. J. H. Hardy. 

Las Cruces — 

Wednesday Club (IS), Mrs. Henry Stoes, 

Women's Improvement Association (12), Mrs. Frank Islas. 

Las Vegas — 

Sorosis (15), Mrs. R. R. Larkin. 

Woman's Club (103), Mrs. C. H. Schmirmer. 

Mountainair — 

Thursday Afternoon Club (18), Mrs. G. V. Hanlon. 

Portales — 

Civic and Art (10), Mrs. C. O. Leach. 
Woman's Club (55), Miss Sallie Bryant. 

Raton — 

The MacDowell Club (18), Mrs. E. F. Oille. 
Monday Progress Club (19), Miss Winifred Shuler. 
Sorosis (28), Mrs. M. R. Mendelson. 
Woman's Club (34), Mrs. James Collier. 

Roswell — 

Federated Mothers' Club (25), Mrs. Wesley Foster. 
Shakespeare Club (18), Miss Maude Tannehill. 
Woman's Club (110), Mrs. Thos. A. Roff. 

San Marcial — 

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Woman's Club (140), Mrs. Jacob Weltmer. 



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Santa Rosa — 

Literary Club (14), Mrs. C. H. Stearns. 

Silver City — 

Woman's Club (127), Mrs. W. B. Walton. 

Springehr— 

Woman's Progress Club (32), Mrs. Leila M. Taylor. 

State College — 

Woman's Club (53), Mrs. Geo. E. Ladd. 
Taiban — 

Mother's Club (12), Mrs. J. M. Cheshire. 
Tucumcari — 

Bay View (18), Mrs. C. D. Beeth. 

Woman's Club (20), Mrs. E. E. Clark. 

City Federation (68), Mrs. F. S. Hinds. 

Tularosa — 

Ladies' Earnest Working Club (20), Mrs. J. M. Blazer. 
Willard— 

Woman's Club (14), Mrs. J. M. Hardman. 

Wagon Mound — 

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IINDEX 

Pag-e 

Academy, Felipe Chaves g5 

Agricultural College 10 

Albuquerque teachers, term, salary 18 

American Archaeology, School of 16 

Association, New Mexico Educational 92 

Asylum. Deaf and Dumb 15 

Bernalillo county schools, teachers of, etc 24 

Bernalillo county principals of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

Board of Education, New Mexico 3 

Blind, New Mexico Institute for I5 

Catholic church schools 82 

Chavez Endowment, Academy 86 

Chavez county, principals of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 5 

Chavez county schools, teachers, etc 25 

Clovis teachers, term, salary I9 

Colfax county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Colfax county schools, teachers, etc 27 

College of Agriculture & Mechanic Arts 10 

Congregational church schools 84 

County high schools, principals 8 

County superintendents 4 

Curry county princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Currj' county schools, teachers, etc 29 

Deaf & Dumb Asylum I5 

Department of education 3 

Dona Ana county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 5 

Dona Ana county schools, teachers, etc 3I 

East Las Vegas, teachers, term, salary 20 

Education state board of..... 3 

Educational Association of New Mexico 92 

Educational institutions, heads of 3 

Educational institutions 9.I7 

Eddy county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 6 

Eddy county schools, teachers, etc ^^ 

Explanatory statement 2 

Grant county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 6 

Grant county schools, teachers, etc 35 

Guadalupe county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 5 

Guadalupe county schools, teachers, etc 38 

High schools, principals 8 



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Page 

High schools, county S 

Indian schools, superintendents of 86 

Incorporated cities, towns and villages, supts. and principals of 

schools 4 

Institute for the Blind. IS 

Institutions, see — University of N. M. ; Agricultural College; Nor- 
mal University; Normal School; School of Mines; Military 
Institute ; Spanish-American Normal ; Deaf & Dumb School ; 
Institute for the Blind. 

Libraries and Librarians 94 

Lincoln county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 6 

Lincoln county schools, teachers, etc 40 

Luna county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towms and villages 6 

Luna county, schools, teachers, etc 42 

McKinley county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

McKinley county schools, teachers, etc 43 

Methodist chmrch schools 84 

Military Institute 14 

Mines, Schools of 11 

Alora county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Mora' county schools, teachers, etc 44 

Museum, New Mexico 16 

New Mexico Asylum for the Deaf & Dumb ]S ■ 

New Mexico Institute for the Blind 15 

New Mexico Educational Association 92 

New Mexico Military Institute 14 

New Mexico Reading Circle 92 

New Mexico Reform School 16 

New Mexico School of Mines 11 

New Mexico Spanish-American Normal 14 

New Mexico Normal School 12 

New Mexico Normal University 12 

Normal School • 12 

Normal University 12 

Otero county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villagies 7 

Otero county schools, teachers, etc 45 

Presbyterian church schools 82 

Principals, county high schools 8 

Principals incorporated cities, towns and villages 5 

Principals unincorporated towns and villages 5 

Private Schools 86 

Ouay county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Quay county schools,, teachers, etc 47 

Raton teachers, term, salary 20 

Reform School ■■ ■ ■ 16 



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Reading Circle 92 

Rio Arriba county, prin. of schools, unincorporated towns 7 

Rio Arriba schools, teachers, etc 49 

Roosevelt county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and 

villages 7 

Roswell County schools, teachers, etc, 52 

Roswell, teachers, term, salary.' 21 

Santa Fe county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

Santa Fe county teachers, terms, salary 59 

Santa Fe city schools 22 

Santa Fe St. Michael's College 82 

Santa Fe Loretto Academy 82 

Sandoval county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

Sandoval County schools, teachers, etc 58 

San Juan county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

San Juan county schools, teachers, etc 54 

San Miguel county schools, teachers, etc 5^ 

Sectarian and private schools 8? 

Sierra county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Sierra county schools, teachers, etc 60 

Socorro county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 7 

Socorro county schools, teachers, etc. .- '. 62 

Spanish-American Normal School 14 

Statement explanatory 2 

Superintendents — county 4 

Cities, towns, villages 4 

Taos county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and villages 7 

Taos county schools, teachers, etc 66 

Teachers in Indian schools 88 

Torrance county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 8 

Torrance county schools, teachers, etc 70 

Tucumcari city schools 23 

Union county, princ. of schools, unincorporated tov/ns and villages 8 

Union county, teachers, etc 72 

University, New Mexico ; Q 

University, New Mexico Normal 12 

Valencia county, princ. of schools, unincorporated towns and vil- 
lages 8 

Valencia county schools, teachers, etc 78 

Women's Clubs 95 



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Bonding Companies — 

James N. Wright & Company Inside Back Cover 

Book companies — 

American Book Company 97 

Chas. Ilfeld Company 93 

Ginn & Company 75 

Houghton, Mifflin & Company 85 

Merrill, Chas. F. Company 65 

Row, Peterson and Company 87 

Zaner Method Writing 75 

Furniture, Equipment, Supplies — 

A. J. Nystrom & Company 99 

Caxton School Supply Co 95 

Centennial School Supply Company 91 

Hoover Brothers 93 

Llewelyn School Supply Co 81 

Peabody School Furniture Company 11 

Prang Company 89 

Manufacturers School Supply Company 63 

Manual Arts Press 99 

R. O. Evans & Company 79 

Sears, Roebuck & Company 69 

W. Elliott Judge 11 

Waterman-Waterbury Company IZ 

Journals and Publications — 

New Mexico Journal of Education '^Z 

Primary Plans 61 

Schools — 

New Mexico Military Institute 61 

New Mexico Normal School Inside Front Cover 

New Mexico Normal University Outside Back Cover 

New Mexico School of Mines 63 

Spanish-American Normal 7'' 

University of New Mexico 85 

Teachers' Agency — 

Southwestren Educational Exchange 67 

Typewriter Company — 

L. C. Smith Bros 83 



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